Laser Therapy as Treatment for Arthritis
Arthritis is an inflammatory condition that affects one or multiple joints in the body. Research shows that there are over 100 types of arthritis. Each type has different causes, diagnostic techniques, and treatment methods. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are the two most common types of inflammatory health condition.
A patient who has arthritis develops symptoms over time. However, some studies show that symptoms can also appear suddenly.
The condition is common in people over the age of 65, but it can also affect children, teenagers, and young adults.
Arthritis affects more women than men, and even more commonly develop in overweight people.
MLS M8 Robotic Laser for Arthritis
MLS M8 Robotic laser therapy is a safe, noninvasive, and effective treatment method. It uses light to reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and promote soft tissue repair. The laser therapy is also used to promote wound healing.
MLS stands for “Multi-Wave Locked System,” a fully robotic laser therapy that allows for deeper penetration in the body. Thus, it promotes faster healing, with no adverse effects on the body. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the therapy in 2009.
MLS M8 laser therapy is an innovative therapeutic device with numerous applications and treatment outcomes. The machine works by converting light into biochemical energy, which results in normal cell function, disappearing the painful symptoms of arthritis.
The main biological action of MLS M8 robotic laser therapy; exclusively offered by OrthoLazer is stimulating the transport mechanism of different cellular structures, including mitochondria and cell membrane. It releases vasodilating chemicals and stimulate both DNA and RNA synthesis.
Besides, the laser increases enzyme production and promote superoxide dismutase activity. It also normalizes tissue pH and increases ATP production. The increases blood supply and boosted microcirculation improves cellular nutrition to the affected area. Thus, not only does laser reduce swelling and inflammation, but it also repairs tissues.
How Does LLLT Work For Arthritis?
Arthritis is a painful condition characterized by swelling of one joint or multiple joints in the body. MLS M8 robotic laser therapy allows the light to enter the damaged cells and stimulate mitochondrial and other intracellular activities, which reduce pain in the area and promote speedy recovery of damaged cells. The healing process completes once the cells recover.
Depending on the intensity of your arthritic condition, the average treatment time is 5 to 10 minutes. A reputable clinic that offers MLS M8 robotic laser therapy will schedule your visit and carry out the procedure. It is all about positioning the laser and activating the protocol.
Most patients who have arthritis experience positive outcomes in 2-4 treatments. However, the average number of treatments for patients with arthritis is 7-10. MLS M8 therapy is a noninvasive and painless treatment, lasting an average of 5 to 10 minutes. A patient may experience a comfortable sensation at the joint.
Most patients who have arthritis will experience a gradual improvement in their inflammation and pain as the treatment plan progresses. Research shows that some patients respond quickly to the treatment than others.
As mentioned above, most patients see positive results in 2-4 treatments, with an average course being 7-10 treatments. MLS M8 robotic laser therapy has cumulative effects. That’s why it is essential for people with arthritis to complete the entire treatment course recommended by the health provider. If you discontinue the therapy before completing the treatment course, the inflammatory and painful symptoms are likely to occur again.
Benefits of MLS M8 Robotic Laser Therapy for Arthritis
Because arthritis is an inflammatory condition, MLS M8 works much better than other types of treatments. It has anti-edema effects on the cells and promotes vasodilation and lymphatic drainage system to drain the swollen areas, resulting in reduced swelling, bruising, and inflammation.
Another benefit of MLS M8 robotic laser therapy is its analgesic effects on the body. The laser light interacts with nerve cells and blocks pain transmitted by these cells to the central nervous system, decreasing nerve sensitivity.
The patient has less edema and less pain due to decreases inflammation. The laser therapy also promotes the production of pain-killing chemicals, including endorphins and enkephalins from the CNS and adrenal gland to promote analgesic effects.
Lastly, MLS M8 robotic laser therapy stimulates certain muscle and acupuncture points and provide arthritic pain relief. The laser light increases energy levels in the cells, allowing them to take on nutrients fast.
How Is The Treatment Provided?
ML8 M8 laser is fully robotic therapy that involves placing the device eight inches above the affected area. It allows the light to penetrate the tissue and interact with different intracellular chemicals and molecules, resulting in normal cell functions.
The laser enhances the natural healing processes of the body. The basic principle of this therapy is the conversion of light energy into biochemical energy. It is similar to the process of photosynthesis in plants.
The primary objective of MLS M8 Robotic laser therapy is the restoration of normal cell functions. When it comes to arthritis, the laser triggers several intracellular chemicals that help reduce inflammation and pain.
MLS M8 Robotic laser treatment results in the disappearance of painful symptoms. It also stimulates your immune system and improves your lymphatic drainage process, resulting in the natural healing process of the body.
Moreover, all these changes lead to cellular stimulation and tissue regeneration. Many clinics, hospitals, and health centers in the U.S are not incorporating MLS M8 robotic laser therapy devices due to its proven positive results in reducing arthritic pain.
MLS M8 robotic laser therapy does not require the use of medications or surgery. So, there are no known adverse effects. A growing body of research evidence shows that robotic treatment is more effective than some forms of physical therapy. These research studies were conducted at prestigious educational institutions, including Harvard University.
Bear in mind that there is no sensation during the ML8 M8 robotic laser therapy treatment for arthritis and other treatment types. You won’t feel pain during the treatment. In fact, it promotes relaxation, and some patients even fall asleep during the treatment due to its soothing and analgesic effects.
Contact Us Today
Get in touch with the team at OrthoLazer in Newburgh, NY today to discuss your questions and health issues to discover if OrthoLazer’s M8 Robotic Laser Therapy is the correct treatment for your needs.
We can then book you in to see our specialist pain relief physician at our Newburgh practice that can personalize the program for your specific needs, begin the pain relief process which will have significant impact on improving your quality of life.
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