The increasing costs of health care affect everyone. Most patients would like to feel better quickly at an affordable price and with the lowest possible downtime. This is where cold laser technology comes in for patients who are wary of invasive surgery, drugs, or injections.
You can opt for Multiwave Locked System (MLS) laser technology therapy. It utilizes specific wavelengths of light to reduce pain, spasms, and swelling while increasing functionality. This new technology carries a variety of advantages which are discussed in this guide.
It Reduces Inflammation and Pain
Inflammation is the process through which your body fights things that harm it. These include injuries, infections, or toxins. These increase blood flow to the infected or injured area and may cause swelling, redness, and warmth.
The cold laser light helps reduce swelling caused by inflamed joints. It enhances joint mobility while encouraging tissue regeneration. The cold laser technology activates the lymphatic drainage system to drain the swollen part, consequently reducing inflammation.
It Is Safe
We use this technology because it has been tested and proven to be safe for humans. Cold lasers are non-invasive and not particularly intense, so they cannot damage your cells. It’s also non-toxic and painless, with the Food and Drug Administration of the US approving it for several conditions. However, it should not be used on cancerous lesions or carcinomas. Also, it should not come into contact with the eyes or thyroid.
It Promotes Quicker Healing
We also use cold laser therapy to accelerate wound healing. It helps reduce the formation of scar tissues caused by cuts, surgery, and burns. Cold laser therapy enhances the reabsorption of fibrotic tissues, which quickens the healing process and enhances tissue repair.
Cold Laser Therapy Could Be the Solution for You
MLS cold laser therapy is an excellent option among many treatment approaches for chronic conditions and pain management. We can either do it standalone or combine it with other therapy modes. It is still a relatively new treatment model, but it has been proven as a viable treatment option for those who would like an alternative to invasive treatment methods.
If you are unsure about your needs or have any questions at all, contact our team at Virginia Laser Therapy and we will go over your options.