“Oh My Aching Feet” – Laser Therapy Can Help
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We have all experienced aching feet, but when foot pain is too much to handle, laser therapy has been shown to help relieve the symptoms. MLS Robotic Laser Therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light to treat painful and debilitating conditions.
Laser Therapy works with light energy entering the damaged cells and stimulating intercellular activity. This reduces pain in the area and speeds recovery of the damaged cells. Once the cells recover, the healing process is complete. Treatment is painless and lasts an average of 10 minutes. It does not generate heat and is safe to use over implanted metal devices. It is the only Class 4 laser which is safe to use over surgical hardware.
MLS Robotic Laser Therapy treats:
- Tendon & ligament injuries
- Sore muscles, strains, & tears
- Degenerative joint conditions
- Neurological & general pain & bruising
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Pre & Post-surgical treatment
- Anti-inflammation application
- Specific neurological conditions
Many people experience positive results within a few treatments, depending on if the condition is acute or chronic. Most acute conditions will need 4 to 6 treatments, and most chronic conditions will require 10 to 15 treatments. Acute conditions usually subside quickly, typically with one phase of treatment, while chronic conditions can be controlled with regular treatment if complete relief is not attained.
The effects of MLS Robotic Laser Therapy are cumulative, therefore, expect to see improvement as you proceed through your treatment plan. It is critical that once you start, you complete the course of treatments recommended by your doctor or symptoms are likely to recur. MLS Robotic Laser Therapy has been cleared by the FDA and proven successful as evidenced by extensive and credible studies conducted in our country’s finest institutions including Harvard University.
Robin Stoloff, talks with podiatrist/physical therapist Dr. Stuart Honick of Go Feet in Mays Landing and Hammonton.