MLS Laser Therapy FAQs
When you live in constant pain, you have questions about what causes your pain and how you can get the relief you crave. Get the answers you need from our podiatrists and physical therapists.
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Are there side effects to cold laser therapy?
As is the case with various medical procedures and treatments, there are side effects that can potentially come with cold laser therapy. When you are considering this particular treatment option, it is important to weigh these versus the benefits that can be achieved from the procedure.
Cold laser therapy side effects may include bleeding, pain, infection, scarring, and skin color changes. These effects might not be permanent, however. If additional treatment sessions are needed, the side effects may return.
In cases where the therapy is performed while a patient is under general anesthesia, the usual side effects of being put under anesthesia apply. These include nausea, vomiting, muscle aches, headache or confusion, and itching.In spite of the potential risks and side effects, there are many benefits that can be had from cold laser therapy. Contact Podiatry Associates, P.C. today to find out more about laser treatment. Either call us at (303) 805-5156 or use our online form to schedule an appointment at any of our Parker, Castle Pines, or Cherry Creek, CO locations.
How can I speed up my recovery after surgery?
Lots of factors impact your recovery after surgery, including how you clean and care for any incisions. Some simple factors include eating well and staying hydrated, participating in any physical therapy, taking your pain medication, preventing infection, and walking as soon as you’re able to. One new way to improve your healing, however, is a few sessions with the MLS pain laser.
The MLS pain laser uses multiple wavelengths of intense light to both alleviate immediate pain and stimulate healing in tissues. This includes post-surgery swelling. One of the wavelengths encourages the body to absorb fluids in the tissues, reducing swelling. It also discourages inflammation. The same beam increases circulation as well, which helps with the overall healing process. The other wavelength more directly affects your pain. It induces “analgesia,” which means it temporarily “turns off” your pain receptors. This provides prompt relief.If you’re looking for more ways to speed up your surgery recovery and get back to doing what you love best, let our foot doctors at Podiatry Associates, P.C. help you. Make an appointment with us or request more information from us online. You can also call (303) 805-5156 to make an appointment at our offices in Chery Creek, Parker, Denver, and Castle Pines, CO.
How does MLS laser treatment help?
The MLS laser is a unique tool to treat pain throughout the body. It’s quick, painless, and has no known side effects. More importantly, though, it both stimulates healing and alleviates discomfort right away. This sets it apart from other pain lasers that are available. It’s able to do this with its synchronized multiple-wavelength lasers.
Different wavelengths of laser light accomplish different kinds of pain relief. A continuous beam from one wavelength stimulates the body to reduce inflammation and swelling, as well as improves circulation, helping the tissues repair themselves. However, it takes a little while to feel the relief. A pulsed beam from another wavelength quickly alleviates discomfort by interrupting the process that sends pain signals to the brain, but it isn’t as effective for the inflammation and swelling. By synchronizing these together, the MLS laser is able to combine their effects for better healing. Not only do you experience pain relief fairly quickly, you also stimulate healing in the body.If you’d like to know more about pain lasers and how they could help your chronic or acute discomfort, or even be a part of your physical therapy, contact the foot doctors at Podiatry Associates, P.C. in Castle Pines, Parker, and Denver, CO. You can use our website or call (303) 805-5156 to reach us.
What can the MLS pain laser treat?
MLS (Multi-Wave Locked System) laser technology is one of the most advanced laser therapy systems available. By using concentrated light energy, it reduces pain and swelling while at the same time increasing your mobility and rate of recovery. Whether you’re experiencing pain from a common foot condition like plantar fasciitis, symptoms of nerve damage like tingling and numbness, a sports injury that has left you sore and achy, or even chronic pain in your knees, shoulders or back, MLS pain laser can help. With its anti-inflammatory effect, it can accelerate tissue repair, improve nerve function, and more.
Podiatry Associates, P.C. is proud to be the first practice to provide MLS pain laser therapy in the Denver Metro area. Find out how we can help you manage pain, reduce inflammation, and speed up your recovery with this state-of-the-art technology that’s quick, painless, and has no known side effects. Make an appointment at our Parker, Cherry Creek in Denver, or Castle Pines, CO office by calling (303) 805-5156 today. We serve the Denver, Aurora, and Centennial communities.
Can the MLS pain laser help my foot pain?
The light beam from our Multi-Wave Locked System—MLS pain laser—alleviates foot pain from a number of common conditions by penetrating wavelengths of light energy deep into the affected area and stimulating cellular activity. This reduces inflammation and discomfort, while accelerating the healing process by promoting tissue repair.
Podiatry Associates, P.C. is pleased to be on the forefront of providing this cutting-edge technology to those suffering from such foot and ankle problems as plantar fasciitis, bursitis, arthritis, neuromas, ligament and tendon injuries, sprains, wounds, neuropathies, and more body pain. In addition, treatment is fast and effective, with no known side effects.
If you think this state-of-the-art therapy could benefit you, don’t wait—give us a call! Dial (303) 805-5156 today, or request an appointment online at our Castle Pines, Denver, or Parker, CO offices. Come find out how our MLS pain laser can ease your foot pain.