Are you ready to beat foot pain?
MLS Laser Therapy is an effective, painless treatment for all types of medical conditions that has been cleared by the FDA and proven successful as evidenced by extensive and credible research studies conducted by some of our country's finest institutions, including Harvard Medical School.
The laser is a dual-waved, synchronized, fully robotic MLS Laser that uses specific wavelengths of light which have a strong anti-inflammatory, anti-edema effect on tissues that are exposed to the laser. As a result, the cells of the tendons, ligaments, and muscles repair themselves faster. In simple terms, the laser energy kickstarts the healing process, thereby speeding recovery. So, no matter if you have chronic pain from a prior injury or surgery, or a new acute injury, our laser therapy can work for you!
Is the procedure painful?
The MLS laser therapy treatment is pain free.
Is there a recovery period?
No. Just walk in and walk out.
How long does the procedure take?
The procedure takes 5-10 minutes depending on what condition you have and if we are treating one foot or both feet. Dr. Brooks will determing the number of sessions you will need: typically either 3, 6 or 10 performed every other day, at least three times a week for optimal results.
MLS Laser Therapy
We are pleased to announce the introduction of the MLS Laser Therapy. This state-of-the-art robotic laser technology is used to help eliminate pain and swelling associated with many different types of foot and ankle conditions. Get rid of your pain without the use of drugs, injections, or surgery!
Do you live with any of the following conditions?
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
These are just a few examples of conditions the MLS Laser can treat.
Will the pain come back?
Every patient is different, however, some patients can expect to achieve permanent relief of their pain symptoms while others may need the occasional maintenance dose to keep their pain at bay.
Is this covered by my insurance?
The MLS Laser Therapy is not covered by insurance plans.
How do I pay for the treatment?
Credit cards, cash, and checks are all accepted. You may also use your Health Savings or Flexible Spending Account. We also accept Care Credit, which is a medical credit card that can be used at participating health care providers. *No-interest and low-interest payment plans are offered through the Care Credit program. Please click on the icon to visit their website to learn more.