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MLS Laser Treatments For Pain And Inflammation Specialist

Nina L. Coletta, D.P.M., P.A.

Podiatrist located in Plantation, FL

If you’ve tried everything from exercise to injections and surgeries to eliminate your chronic pain without success, Nina Coletta, DPM, PA, in Plantation, Florida, offers a relatively new type of treatment called Multiwave Locked SystemⓇ (MLS) laser therapy that has helped improve symptoms in over 90% of patients. If you live in Broward County and want to learn more, call or use online booking to schedule an appointment today.

MLS Laser Treatments for Pain and Inflammation Q & A

What Is MLS Laser Treatment?

Sometimes called cold laser therapy, MLS laser treatment is a type of noninvasive pain management that uses lasers to reduce pain and inflammation and promote healing and soft tissue repair.

MLS laser treatment uses two therapeutic wavelengths, enabling it to reach deeper into your tissues and nerves affected by pain and inflammation. The fully robotic laser also allows for faster healing.

How Does MLS Laser Treatment Work?

MLS laser treatment uses lasers similar to those found in a laser pointer, as well as a laser with a broader range, allowing it to spread deeply into the tissues in your body and reduce your pain and inflammation. By combining the two wavelengths, MLS laser treatments offers the combined power of pain relief along with the anti-inflammatory action.

The light waves emitted from MLS lasers work to increase circulation in the area treated and send oxygen and blood to where you’re in pain. Additionally, the increased circulation and blood flow help stimulate tissue healing, cell repair, and healthy tissue growth.

While traditional laser therapy doesn’t deliver the wavelengths in a reinforcing, synchronized fashion, MLS laser treatment works to overcome these limits by using continuous laser emissions that work quickly on inflammation by stimulating blood and lymphatic circulation.

These emissions also induce faster reabsorption of any fluid buildup. Because these emissions only have a secondary effect on pain and get diminished after reducing the inflammatory process, MLS also uses pulsed laser emissions that have an immediate impact on your pain by interfering with the transmission of pain impulses.

What Are The Benefits Of MLS Laser Treatment?

MLS laser treatment has no known side effects. Additionally, it’s a comfortable, practical, and convenient way for Dr. Coletta to treat both old and new injuries, including:

  • Chronic arthritis pain
  • Tendonitis
  • Postsurgical pain
  • Neuropathy
  • Sprains and strains
  • Plantar fasciitis

MLS laser therapy helps Dr. Coletta treat your pain and inflammation with high levels of efficacy, safety, and consistency.

To restore your quality of life by having your pain and inflammation treated with MLS laser therapy, call or make an appointment online with Dr. Coletta today.