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MLS Laser Therapy

What is MLS Laser Therapy?

MLS  is an FDA cleared therapeutic treatment that uses concentrated light energy to stimulate the body's own healing process to minimize pain, inflammation and arthritis and reduce recovery times so you can return to a pain-free life.  MLS Laser uses 2 specific wavelengths and a patented delivery system to enter into the damaged cells and stimulate inter-cellular activity. Physiological and biological effects include:

1)     Accelerated Tissue Repair and cell growth

2)     Faster wound healing

3)     Reduced fibrous tissue formation

4)     Reducing inflammation

5)     Analgesia

6)     Improved vascular activity

7)     Increased metabolic activity

8)     Improved nerve function

9)     Immunoregulation

What conditions benefit from MLS Laser Therapy?

  • Low Back Pain/Sciatica
  • Neck Pain
  • Mid Back Pain
  • Neuropathy
  • Arthritis
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Elbow Pain
  • Hand Pain/Carpal Tunnel
  • Hip Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Foot and Heel Pain/Plantar Fasciitis
  • Headaches

Just to name a few!

Will  MLS Laser Therapy work for me?

For 85-95% 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 sciatica, arthritis, herniated or degenerative discs, shoulder and neck pain, aching knees, spinal stenosis, or any other musculoskeletal pain, you are likely to benefit from MLS Laser Therapy.  As a matter of fact, many patients who where scheduled for surgery were able to delay or cancel their surgery because MLS Laser Therapy alleviated their condition and reduced or eliminated their pain. 

A typical treatment lasts about 10-20 minutes, depending on the size of the area being treated.  An acute protocol takes about 6 visits and a chronic issue usually takes about 12 visits.  

We added MLS Laser Therapy to our practice, because we want to provide a high tech treatment option for our patients to heal quickly, recover fully, and reduce pain effectively.

Please call our office Today for more information about MLS Laser Therapy!

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  • "Excellent Doctor. Friendly staff. Clean, modern facility. Dr. Long and his staff care for their patients like we are part of the family."
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