Get Back in the Game Faster with MLS Laser Therapy

Dr. Robert Parker
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Dr. Parker is a podiatrist and surgeon in Houston, TX who has been helping patients for more than 40 years.

Being sidelined with an injury is tough enough, but when recovery time lags and it seems like forever before you can get back in the game, perhaps you should consider MLS laser therapy! This innovative treatment will definitely give you something to cheer about and return you to the lineup before the other team even knows you were gone!

MLS Laser Therapy

Here’s how it works: MLS stands for Multiwave Locked System which refers to the fact that the treatment process uses multiple wavelengths of light energy, each responsible for a different aspect of recovery. The combination of these varying wavelengths allows the treatment to accomplish several things at once:  block pain, reduce swelling, and accelerate the healing process.

When the beams of light reach the injured area, endorphins are released, interfering with your nerves’ abilities to transmit messages of pain to your brain. Thus, you no longer feel discomfort – but that’s not your body’s only reaction! In addition to blocking pain, the light beams also help your blood vessels function better, so they can get rid of extra fluid faster, reducing inflammation at the injury site. With swelling decreased, the healing process can get underway and that improved blood flow we were talking about? It allows for healing nutrients to swiftly arrive at your injury, boosting cell activity, repair, and regeneration.

So, give us an M, give us an L, and give us an S – what’s it stands for? Besides Multiwave Locked System of course, it stands for a quicker recovery than you would experience with other, more typical treatment options. No wonder it’s such a fan favorite! So, stop warming the bench and start your MLS laser therapy today! Call our team in Houston, TX by dialing (281) 497-2850 and get yourself off the injured reserve list sooner rather than later!

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