The FDA-cleared MLS Therapy Laser uses concentrated light energy to stimulate the body's own healing process to minimize pain, inflammation and arthritis and reduce recover times so you can return to a pain-free life. By using a patented delivery system, MLS Laser Therapy can speed up the process of relieving inflammation and pain associated with many conditions, including arthritis. The MLS Therapy Laser has a unique pain-relieving effect, which can be dramatic. Many patients feel significantly better in just a few treatments.
For 85-90% of patients with musculoskeletal pain, inflammation, or arthritis, the answer is "Yes!" Most patients with pain, inflammation, or arthritis report significant pain relief from MLS Laser Therapy treatments. Whether you have Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, neuroma, work or sports injury, or any other musculoskeletal pain, you are likely to benefit from MLS Laser Therapy.
Through years of research and development, the MLS Laser was designed to treat conditions without an excessive thermal effect, often felt as heat. Most people report that they do not feel anything during treatment. Occasionally, you may feel a slight warming sensation at the treatment site, which is normal and is an indication that the inflammation is being relieved and that your body is responding properly.
For most patients that answer is "yes". While each person and each condition varies, many patients receive tremendous relief from their pain and inflammation when they go through a series of MLS Laser Therapy treatments. While most patients may not need additional treatments in the future, some conditions, like arthritis, are degenerative. The great thing about MLS Laser Therapy for arthritic patients is that once you feel better, you can be more active, and it is this increased activity that helps minimize the long-term effects of arthritis.
While laser therapy is among the most advanced technology in all of medicine, it is itoo new to be covered by insurance. The good thing is that is it non-invasive, an alternative to addictive pain medications, as well as an alternative to surgery in some cases. It works well in 9 out of 10 patients. Cost ranges from $360 to $600 depending on the condition being treated.