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MLS Laser Therapy

MLS Laser Therapy, an FDA-approved treatment for accelerated healing of orthopedic conditions

MLS Laser Therapy is an FDA-approved treatment that has been described time and time again as a comforting and relaxing treatment experience. MLS Laser Therapy can treat conditions such as:

In addition, it also accelerates recovery from orthopedic surgery by improving blood flow to the area which decreases inflammation and pain.  Decreased pain and inflammation can help you to be a more effective participant in your physical therapy sessions.

This form of therapy is non-invasive and painless. It uses cutting-edge laser technology to successfully improve conditions when other treatments have failed. Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Eric Guidi said “This patented, FDA-cleared technology has an 85% – 90% efficacy rate in relieving pain and inflammation, decreases the need for prescription painkillers, has no negative side effects, and quickly restores a patient's mobility so they can get back to an active healthy lifestyle.

The cutting-edge technology

The therapy is quick and painless, and immediately effective in some cases, plus a typical session only lasts 15 minutes. The technology works by stimulating cell regeneration, causing an increase in blood flow to the treatment area,  which decreases inflammation and pain.

Nicole Campbell recently received the therapy for a badly sprained ankle and later described: “MLS Laser Therapy felt like getting a warm massage, and I felt less ankle pain immediately after one 15-minute session. I was able to start jogging again after 4 treatment sessions.  I would recommend this to anyone who wants to accelerate healing after an injury.”

To achieve optimal results, 2-3 appointments/week are recommended for a period of 6 sessions; patients experiencing chronic conditions may require a total of 12 sessions, depending on the severity of the injury or condition, and size of treatment area. If you are interested in MLS Laser Therapy, call 240-552-6200 for more information.

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