Case Studies

    • Podiatry

      MLS® laser therapy is an ideal adjunct to a podiatry practice where it can be used to treat a range of conditions including injuries and inflammation. The use of laser therapy in this field is supported by extensive published clinical evidence with the modality established as part of the norm in several treatment areas.

      The significant advantages that are offered by this therapy to the podiatrist include faster and better healing of injuries such as sprains, strains and other inflammations that are otherwise difficult to treat or otherwise require a long period of recovery.

      In general terms, not only is the treatment pain-free but it actively delivers pain relief, is non-invasive and is without unpleasant side effects, making it particularly well received by patients. There is also no tissue damage or scarring. In fact, it can help reduce scarring from other treatments.

      Additionally, laser therapy does not rely on patient compliance, other than appointment attendance; there are no post-treatment complications and it is ideal for the treatment of children, nervous patients and other patients who would otherwise be difficult to treat with current treatment options.

      Listed below are some common applications for the use of this therapy by podiatrists.

      • Leg Ulcers – (poor diabetic wound healing)
      • Plantar Fasciitis
      • Arthritic joint pain
      • Achilles Tendonitis
      • Soft tissue injuries and wound healing
      • Nerve injury
      • Onychomycosis (fungal infection of the nail bed).
      • Tendinopathy and articular diseases
      • General pain management (acute and chronic)
    • General medicine and specialist medicine

      A variety of health care disciples can take advantage of MLS® Therapy especially in the treatment of pain, swelling and inflammation in the musculoskeletal system

      The unique characteristics of MLS® helps to deliver simultaneous pain relief, reduced oedema and inflammation. The treatment is non-invasive and is without unpleasant side effects, making it particularly well received by patients.  It provides faster and better healing of commonly seen injuries such as sprains, strains and other inflammations that are otherwise difficult to treat or otherwise require a long period of recovery.

      Additionally, MLS® Therapy does not rely on patient compliance, other than appointment attendance; there are no post-treatment complications and it is ideal for the treatment of children, nervous patients and other patients who would otherwise be difficult to treat using alternative treatment options.

      Listed below are some common applications for the use of this therapy in a general or specialist medical practice.

      • General pain management (acute and chronic)
      • Back pain
      • Head and neck pain
      • Soft tissue injuries and wound healing
      • Tendinopathy
      • Arthritis, Arthritic joint pain
      • Joint disorders
      • Carpal tunnel syndrome
      • Orthopaedic implants
      • Nerve injury
      • Sports

       

    • Chiropractic

      Treatment of pain, swelling and inflammation in the musculoskeletal system is the number one area for which MLS® therapy is relevant and highly effective for use in the chiropractic practice. The use of laser therapy is now established as part of the norm in a number of treatment areas.

      Laser therapy as delivered by the MLS® range is a newer way of delivering treatments that already form part of chiropractic practice and that chiropractors are already trained to treat.

      The significant advantages that are offered by this MLS® therapy include faster and better healing of injuries such as sprains, strains and other inflammations that are otherwise difficult to treat or otherwise require a long period of recovery.

      As well as delivering pain relief, the treatment itself is pain-free, non-invasive and without unpleasant side effects, so it is very well received by patients. There is also no tissue damage or scarring and it can be used to reduce scarring from other treatments.

      MLS® laser therapy does not rely on patient compliance, except for attendance; there are no post-treatment complications or known side effects and it is ideal for the treatment of children, nervous patients and other patients who would otherwise be difficult to treat using alternative treatment options.

      In some conditions MLS® laser therapy has become a preferred treatment option, replacing previously used techniques. In other cases, it is becoming an important supplementary treatment modality that significantly improves the outcome of existing complementary treatment techniques.

      Listed below are some common applications for the use of this therapy.

      • General pain management (acute and chronic)
      • Back pain
      • Head and neck pain
      • Soft tissue injuries and wound healing
      • Tendinopathy and articular diseases
      • Joint disorders
      • Carpal tunnel syndrome
      • Arthritis, Arthritic joint pain
      • Sports
    • Physiotherapy

      Treatment of pain, swelling and inflammation in the musculoskeletal system is the number one area for which MLS® therapy is relevant and highly effective for use in the physiotherapy practice. The use of laser therapy is now established as part of the norm in several treatment areas.

      Laser therapy as delivered by the MLS® range is a newer way of delivering treatments that already form part of physiotherapy practice and that physiotherapists are already trained to treat.

      The significant advantages that are offered by this MLS® therapy include faster and better healing of injuries such as sprains, strains and other inflammations that are otherwise difficult to treat or otherwise require a long period of recovery.

      As well as delivering pain relief, the treatment itself is pain-free, non-invasive and without unpleasant side effects, so it is very well received by patients. There is also no tissue damage or scarring and it can be used to reduce scarring from other treatments.

      MLS® laser therapy does not rely on patient compliance, except for attendance; there are no post-treatment complications or known side effects and it is ideal for the treatment of children, nervous patients and other patients who would otherwise be difficult to treat using alternative treatment options.

      In some conditions MLS® laser therapy has become a preferred treatment option, replacing previously used techniques. In other cases, it is becoming an important supplementary treatment modality that significantly improves the outcome of existing complementary treatment techniques.

      Listed below are some common applications for the use of this therapy.

      • General pain management (acute and chronic)
      • Back pain
      • Head and neck pain
      • Soft tissue injuries and wound healing
      • Tendinopathy and articular diseases
      • Joint disorders
      • Carpal tunnel syndrome
      • Arthritis, Arthritic joint pain
      • Sports