MLS Laser Therapy is also known as pain laser therapy which can be used for the below:
- Plantar Fasciitis treatment
- Neuromas treatment
- Neuropathies treatment
- Arthritis treatment
- Sports injuries treatment
- Tendon & ligament injuries treatment
- Back & joint pain treatment
- Muscle sprains & strains treatment
- Tendonitis treatment
- Wounds treatment
- Post-surgical swelling treatment
- Disc disease treatment
- Arthritis treatment
- Neuropathy treatment
Benefits of MLS laser therapy
With a quicker healing rate; The patient will experience less pain, swelling, and scarring. No expensive or prolonged hospitalization; The State of the art Mphi5 Laser is one of the most innovatively progressed helpful Class IV lasers supported by the FDA. The MLS Laser is equipped for conveying north of 100 times more recuperating energy than the most remarkable gadgets of the past age (Class III – Cold Lasers – LLLT – Low-Level Laser Treatment).
More power implies more limited treatment times, less treatment required, and prompt relief from discomfort. The Cutting Edge MLS Laser emits a flood of photons into the tissues, activating the damaged cells and boosting blood flow to the painful area. This builds the body’s creation of ATP (Adenosine-triphosphate), facilitating the mending system to decrease irritation and fix harmed tissue.
The term ‘Multi-wave Lock System’ stands for MLS. MLS is the name of the innovation utilized that uses the licensed blend of frequencies. Similar to a symphony, the two wavelengths are synchronized to work together to produce superior results. Like two instruments playing together as one, the protected MLS discharge framework arranges consistent and beat outflow giving concurrent calming and pain-relieving impacts in impressively diminished times. Moreover, this novel licensed synchronization of numerous frequencies makes less dissipate and takes into consideration safe profound tissue treatment. (Dissipate can deliver heat in the tissues and is the justification for why with other Class IV remedial laser gadgets the advisor should keep the laser shaft moving). This pain laser treatment is painless and only takes a few minutes, but the therapeutic effects last long after the treatment is over.
What are the most common treatable conditions by MLS Laser therapy?
Pain relief, degenerative joint disease, arthritic conditions, neuropathy or injuries to the muscular and skeletal system, and inflammatory conditions like plantar fasciitis and tendonitis are the most common uses for MLS Therapy.
In the MLS Laser therapy, which wavelengths are utilized?
MLS Laser Therapy treatment utilizes both the 808nm and 905nm frequencies at the same time. Continuous emission is used to deliver a wavelength of 808 nm, while pulsed emission is used to deliver a wavelength of 905 nm.
Why are two wavelengths used during treatment with MLS Laser Therapy?
MLS Treatment utilizes two frequencies to beat the restrictions of customary Laser Treatment. Customary Laser treatment doesn’t convey both frequencies in a supporting and synchronized style. The rapid action of continuous laser emissions on inflammation stimulates blood and lymphatic circulation and prompts the rapid re-absorption of fluid accumulations; anyway, they just optionally affect torment, which is lessened in the wake of decreasing the provocative cycle. However, while pulsed lasers can induce analgesia by interfering with the very transmission of the pain impulse to the higher brain centers, they are less effective at treating inflammation and edema. However, pulsed lasers can have a nearly immediate effect on pain.
Is MLS Laser Therapy approved by the FDA?
Yes, the FDA has approved the use of MLS Laser therapy and it is also patented via the US Patent Office.
What is the advantage of MLS Laser therapy over traditional low level lasers (LLLT “Class III”)?
MLS Treatment can be areas of strength for instigating provocative, hostile to edema, and pain relieving impacts all the while and inside a brief timeframe. Due to the limitations of using one or two wavelengths that are not synchronized, LLLT is unable to produce these outcomes. The emissions are synchronized by the patented control system that generates the MLS pulse, achieving previously unimaginable outcomes. The various therapeutic effects not only occur simultaneously but also mutually reinforce one another because of this distinctive synchronization.
What is the MLS Laser Therapy?
Multi-wave Lock System, also known as MLS is the name of the technology that uses a patented combination of wavelengths to make it possible for the two wavelengths to work together to produce better results.
Are Cutting Edge MLS Therapy Lasers class IV lasers?
Yes, the Mphi5 is a class IV laser with a peak power of 25 watts.
What is the depth of penetration of the MLS laser therapy?
The depth of penetration varies but in most cases, it will penetrate 4-5 cm (~1.5 inches).
How frequently do results require multiple treatments?
Results can frequently be felt after the main treatment. Typically, six to ten treatments are required to achieve the greatest, most lasting benefit. The treatments are given two to three times per week and accumulate over time.
Does insurance cover the treatment?
As of now, insurance doesn’t take care of the expense.
What steps were taken to develop and test MLS Laser Therapy?
Following a stringent course of biomedical and clinical research, MLS Laser Therapy was developed and tested. The viability of the mix of the discharges making up the MLS beat was at first tried in vitro on cell societies, then in vivo on creatures, and lastly through controlled clinical preliminaries showing significant cutting-edge well-being associations for treating horrible and degenerative difficult illnesses.
How does MLS Laser Therapy work?
MLS Laser Therapy is also known as pain laser therapy can be used for alleviating the pain from Plantar Fasciitis, Neuromas, Neuropathies, Arthritis, Sports injuries, Tendon and ligament injuries, Back and joint pain, Muscle sprains and strains, Tendonitis, Wounds, Post surgical swelling, Disc diseases. Below are more details on how it helps with the treatment of these condition.
- Anti·lnflammation: Due to its vasodilatation and activation of the lymphatic drainage system (which drains swollen areas), laser therapy has an anti-edema effect. Consequently, the swelling brought on by bruising or inflammation decreases.
- Analgesic for pain: Laser therapy has a significant positive effect on nerve cells, reducing nerve sensitivity and preventing pain from being transmitted to the brain by these cells. Additionally, because of less aggravation, there is less edema and less agony. The brain and adrenal glands produce high levels of pain-killing chemicals like endorphins and encephalin as another pain-blocking mechanism.
- Enhanced Cellular and Tissue Growth: Photons of light from lasers enter profoundly into tissue and speed up cell proliferation and development. The laser light gives the cell more energy, allowing it to absorb nutrients faster and eliminate waste products. The cells of tendons, ligaments, and muscles are repaired more quickly when exposed to laser light.
- Enhancement of Vascular Activity: The healing process is accelerated, wounds close more quickly, and scar tissue is reduced when damaged tissue is exposed to laser light, which significantly increases the formation of new capillaries. Accelerating angiogenesis, which temporarily results in vasodilatation—an increase in the diameter of blood vessels—provides additional advantages.
- Boosts the body’s Metabolic Activity: Laser treatment makes higher results of explicit compounds, and more prominent oxygen and food molecule loads for platelets.
- Acupuncture points and trigger points: Non-invasive laser therapy relieves musculoskeletal pain by stimulating acupuncture and muscle trigger points.
- Reduced Formation of Fibrous Tissue: After tissue damage from cuts, scratches, burns, or surgery, laser therapy reduces scar tissue.
- Enhanced Nerve Performance: Numbness and impaired limb function can result from the slow recovery of nerve functions in damaged tissue. To optimize muscle action, laser light will accelerate the process of nerve cell reconnection and increase the amplitude of action potentials.
- Immunoregulation: Immunoglobulins and lymphocytes are stimulated by laser light, which directly affects immunity. Chromophores, which are molecule enzymes that respond to laser light, absorb laser therapy. The activation of the enzyme Flavomono-Nucleotide initiates the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the primary energy carrier for cells and the fuel for all chemical reactions.
- Improved Healing Speed: In damaged tissue, laser light encourages the development of fibroblasts—fibroblasts are the building blocks of collagen, which is essential for wound healing. Collagen is the fundamental protein expected to supplant old tissue or to fix tissue wounds. Laser therapy, therefore, works well on burns and open wounds.
What other service do you provide at your clinic?
We provide primary care, aesthetic services like Botox, Dysport, Dermal filers like Juvederm or Restylane for cheek or lips, Kybella for double chin removal, laser hair removal, laser skin resurfacing for removing fine lines and wrinkles, carbon laser peel and chemical peel for acne treatment. We also provide travel medicine and consultation in case you are visiting other countries. We do provide weight loss service with comprehensive weight loss program.
Can we treat Diabetic Ulcers using MLS Laser?
Yes. There has been research done for this treatment. Please refer to this link for more details.
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