The MLS laser, being fully automated, is positioned 8 inches above the skin’s surface, allowing the therapeutic energy to penetrate deep tissue. Here, it interacts with various intracellular bio-molecules, restoring normal cell function and enhancing the body’s innate healing mechanisms. This process can be likened to photosynthesis in plants, where light energy transforms into biochemical energy. The outcome is the restoration of normal cellular functions, symptom alleviation, and an accelerated healing process. Additional benefits include stimulating the immune system response and improving lymphatic drainage.
Why Choose Laser Therapy Over Other Modalities?
MLS laser therapy offers distinct advantages over other treatment methods. It doesn’t necessitate the use of drugs or surgery, comes with no known side effects, and is quick and convenient. Research has demonstrated its equivalence or superior effectiveness when compared to other forms of physical therapy, with reputable institutions like Harvard University conducting these studies.
Is MLS Laser Therapy Painful?
MLS laser therapy typically involves minimal or no sensation during treatment. Patients generally do not experience pain during laser application; in fact, the treatment is often relaxing, and some individuals may even fall asleep during the procedure.
What is the Duration of Treatment?
The duration of MLS laser treatment depends on the size of the treated area and the specific health condition. Treatment times can vary, ranging from 10-15 minutes for smaller areas such as the neck or wrist to over 2 hours for more extensive cases like neuropathy. Typically, patients receive treatments 2 to 3 times per week, with individualized treatment plans.
How Many Sessions Are Required?
The number of treatment sessions needed depends on the nature of the condition being treated. Typically, treatment protocols involve between 6 and 12 sessions. For severe conditions like arthritis, ongoing periodic care may be necessary to manage pain.