MLS Laser Therapy is quickly becoming the standard of care in alleviating both acute and chronic pain. Laser therapy uses light to favor and accelerate the body’s natural healing processes.
The laser beam is moved over the skin so that the light energy (photons) penetrates the tissue where it interacts with various molecules (chromophores) that cause different biological effects. It produces a photochemical, photothermal and photomechanical effect. MLS Laser therapy pain management technology has an 85% – 90% efficacy rate in relieving pain and inflammation, it eliminates risk from surgery and prescription pain killers, has no negative side effects, and restores patients’ lives.
Effectively Treating Pain and Inflammation
It’s benefited our patients because it requires less time for the healing process.
And that’s what it’s all about: getting patients better as fast as possible and having confidence as a doctor that you’ll improve their quality of life. I had one patient who had five failed back surgeries, and now he looks like he never had pain.
What we’re finding is that 90% of our patients are achieving almost 90% relief of their symptoms, which is unheard of. It is the very latest in medical technology, and we are proud to offer our patients something no one else can.
Management of Chronic Pain
MLS Laser therapy, favouring the production of NLRP 10, can be applied in the treatment of many diseases in which it is useful to reduce the inflammatory component. The decrease of inflammation leads to a normalization of vascular function and thus a decrease of edema. Obviously, the reduction of inflammatory mediators and edema implies a reduction of pain symptoms.
The MLS Laser therapy system is used with the aim to treat: aches and pains, inflammations, traumas, hematomas and to obtain a simultaneous action on pain, inflammation and oedema, overcoming the limits of traditional laser therapy.
Direct transfer of energy to the biological sublayers (endogenous or exogenic chromophores).
Increase in ATP production
Modulation of cellular metabolism
Effect on pain perception threshold
Photothermic interaction is based on the conversion of option radiation into thermal energy which, at a microscopic level, occurs through the inelastic encounter between excited molecules following the absorption of photons.
Increase in circulation
Increased supply of oxygen and nutrients
The absorption of energy involves the formation of mechanical waves.
Production of an extracellular matrix (important in tissue repair & regeneration)
Acceleration of lymphatic peristalsis
Re-absorption of edemas
Reactivation of microcirculation
Effects on Cells
Increase in ATP synthesis
Increase in the production of RNA
Increase in cellular proliferation
Induction of differentiation processes
Release of growth factors (fibroblasts) and other substances
Increase in the production of molecules of the extracellular matrix (fibroblasts & condrocytes)
Effects on Tissue
Modulation of the inflammatory processes
Remodeling of the extracellular matrix
Induction of lymphatic and vascular regeneration
Stimulation of the endothelial function
Reduction of the edema re-absorption times
Prevention against the formation of scar tissue and hyperkeratosic lesions
Blocking of pain stimulus conduction
Anti-inflammatory and anti-edema effect
Hyperemia and “wash out” of the pro-inflammatory molecules
Increase in the supply of nutrients, oxygen and growth factors
Cellular function activation