Fast Track to Relief After Foot Surgery

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Stuck on the couch with your foot propped up in the air? Sure, it may seem not so bad at first, but the longer it takes to recover, the older the situation gets and the less happy you become! Recovering from foot surgery can be a long haul, but there are ways to speed up recovery time.

Recovery from foot surgery.First and foremost, follow the doctor’s orders! You will be given care instructions, and it’s important to follow them closely to ensure you heal properly. In addition, don’t be a stranger! Make sure you schedule and keep your follow-up visits so we can assess how things are going and address any problems that may arise. Finally, ask us about our MLS laser therapy. This innovative treatment option accelerates your body’s natural healing process, and makes your road to recovery shorter than you may have originally thought. That sure beats prolonging the days you’re stuck on the couch!

MLS laser therapy is a non-invasive technique that uses multiple wavelengths of light to painlessly penetrate the skin and stimulate a cellular change beneath. When the light beams and damaged cells meet at the surgical site, the reaction results in diminished pain and inflammation, increased blood flow, accelerated healing, and regeneration of cells. Pair this with traditional physical therapy, and relief after foot surgery comes even faster!

So, don’t sentence yourself to life on the couch longer than necessary. Call us and set up your MLS laser therapy treatments so you can move things along and recover faster from foot surgery. You can reach us at (303) 805-5156 or if you’d prefer, simply use our online contact form. With MLS laser therapy, we’ll get you back on your feet in no time!
Dr. Cynthia Oberholtzer-Classen, DPM
Founder and Owner of Podiatry Associates, PC
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