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Posted on 12-05-2017

MLS Laser.... a Safe & Effective Way to End Pain!

With recent attention being given to the problem of opioid addiction, people are looking for less problematic ways to treat their pain.  Ways that are free of creating addiction issues... ways that have no side effect warnings such as the danger of liver disease from Tylenol or potential stomach bleeding from Ibuprofen or Aleve.

Enter, MLS laser therapy... a solution whose time has come. FDA certified since 2008, lasers have been used in Europe since the 1960's for both chronic and acute pain and healing. However, it's only more recently that these incredible machines have been approved for use in the US. 

While the concept is simple... (using specific light frequencies to promote healing), the effects are tremendous. 

Lasers cause certain chemical and physical reactions in the cells. These reactions help the healing process by:

-- increasing circulation, thereby bringing nutrients and oxygen to injured tissue.

-- accelerating production of ATP, the healing energy of the body.

--decreasing pain.

--promoting lymphatic drainage resulting in the reduction of swelling and edema.

--reactivating microcirculation.

 While having all the above benefits, there are no known side-effects to laser therapy. No heat is generated or felt, and no sensation or discomfort is produced. This therapy is extremely cost effective. 

While no treatment has 100% success, we’ve been very successful treating these conditions:

--Shoulder pain

--Plantar fasciitis

--Hip pain

--Low back pain

--Neck pain

--Knee pain

--Tendonitis 

--Ulcer/wound healing 

--Arthritic joint pain

Introduce laser therapy into your life and the pain won't stick around for long!

Yours in Health,

Dr. Victor T. Korwitts

Daniel Ackerman said:

It is so important to have such an effective option. Pain killers take you on a path you don't want to be on. Thank you for sharing this great information!

2017-12-05 05:11:34

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