Laser Therapy

Multiwave Locked System (MLS) Laser Therapy

In the world of medicine, both human and veterinary, laser therapy has been changing the way many diseases and conditions are treated. Different types of laser light emissions are used to produce a variety of treatment outcomes.

  • Continuous emission beams stimulate the anti-inflammatory effect and edema re-absorption, but with a secondary action in pain control. It is able to stimulate the circulation and lymphatic drainage considerably, as well as interact with the production and degradation of inflammatory mediators in tissues.
  • Pulsated emission has more intense pain control but its effect on the inflammatory process is reduced. It has a direct effect on pain transmission in that it raises the pain threshold in the cell and nervous fibers, thus a reduction in the feeling of pain.

Typically lasers used as therapeutic tools produce one type of emission at a time. With the new MLS Laser we can achieve maximum effectiveness of the treatment as well as efficient use of time because it uses both types of emissions in absolute synchronization.

The wavelengths of these light emissions are calculated and accurate to guarantee that the energy is well aimed and taken to the deepest possible level. This allows considerable reduced therapy times with respect to the traditional lasers and considerably so when compared to treatment without lasers.

Why would a laser be able to heal?

It is the principal that light has curative properties in that its energy can transfer to damaged cells and tissue or areas subject to poor metabolism. With this ability, light therapy makes these structures recover with full activity, providing an ideal environment to promote and improve the healing process.

MLS therapy uses sophisticated light emission, which transfers an electromagnetic field of energy to cells and tissues in an extremely efficient manner. It emits the combination of both continuous and pulsating wavelengths creating the ideal recipe for inflammatory degeneration and pain control.

With MLS Laser Therapy, recovery is particularly quick and the success of treatment is even greater. Patients will have substantial and long-lasting benefits which start from the first application!

What do we use MLS Laser Therapy for?

  •  Muscular (strains, tares)
  • Skeletal (sprains, vertebral diseases)
  • Inflammation (arthritis)
  • Bruising
  • Edema
  • Ulcers
  • Tendonitis
  • Injuries and burns
  • Superficial lesions
  • Chronic ear infections
  • Surgical sights