MLS M6 medical laser
When the pain is not relieved durably by medication, physiotherapy or cortisone injections: a powerful, safe and painless medical alternative is available for the painless treatment of general musculoskeletal injuries.
- Capsulitis (Frozen shoulder)
- Myofascial Syndrome
- Sprains and strains
- Old painful fractured bones
- Painful scars
- Sciatic neuralgia
- Occipital Neuralgia
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Heel Spur
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Chronic Spinal Sprains
- Facet Syndrome
- Disc hernia ( operated or not )
- Surgery sequels
Therapeutic infra-red lasers units are used worldwide since the 70’s. Over 2500 clinical studies and lab researches have been published to explain the safety and efficacy of laser therapy for common musculo-skeletal issues.
- Previous drawbacks where associated with Class III laser units because of their lack of power output ( 50-100 milliWatts ) and their small depth of beam tissue penetration ( few millimeters )
- Their shallow depth of tissue penetration (on average a few millimeters).
The MLS M6 laser unit is a medical Class IV Scanning laser with a power output similar to surgery lasers. Its power output capacity of 25,000 milliWatts allows for many centimeters of beam penetration and rate of tissue saturation allows one-tenth the treatment time normally required with former lasers. The photonic energy of the MLS M6 laser is transferred several centimeters deep, allowing stimulation of deep structures (muscles, tendons, articular cartilage, discs and vertebrae, etc.) that are hardly or not accessible with cold lasers (class III).
The analgesic, anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties of laser therapy has been well proven since the 70’s. Many different healing paths are being activated by the bio-stimulation of laser light over injured or worn out tissues. Laboratory research has shown that the therapeutic effect of lasers is mediated by their ability to restart ion and oxygen exchange processes that are always disrupted in inflamed or degenerative cells. Some lab researches pointed at the capacity of laser light to increase the uptake of oxygen and ions at the cellular level which is a commonly impaired process found in inflamed or degenerative tissues. The light energy from laser radiation is converted into bio-chemical energy allowing the re-activation of trans-membrane ion pumps. In addition, many intracellular enzyme systems are also photo-sensitive and can therefore be potentiated by photo-dynamic stimulation of medical lasers.
Usually 8 to 12 sessions bring significant relief of most treated conditions. Laser therapy is a very safe and totally painless procedure. Some few private insurances programs may reimburse medical fees for laser therapy.