Multiwave Lock System (MLS) Laser Therapy is a technique that is patented, and FDA approved to have a consistent effect on the treatment of such conditions as pain, inflammation, and other chronic conditions. This non-invasive laser treatment is known as a class IV laser technology.
With this technology, multiple lasers with different wavelengths are used together in a specific design system to allow the clinician or practitioner to gain a more accurate target to a specific area of the body regarding treatment.
This type of therapy is largely implemented to reach areas that affected deeper within the body below the 5cm that a typical LLLT (low-level laser therapy) might only reach or if the area that needs to be covered is larger in nature. It effectively hits the mark, targeting the specified area directly.
In a chiropractic setting, it is effectively used to pinpoint the exact location where the ailment exists, this allows for better results in a faster period, aiding in a quicker recovery.
Injuries to the bones, possibly the neck other area are better treated and can potentially reduce the need for further office visits because the specific spot or location of the bone can be targeted. MLS is a step above the low-level laser therapy that is common in chiropractic offices, used in other areas of the medical industry for the treatment of such conditions as Plantar Fasciitis. It is a widely accepted and researched form of therapy for when targeting a specific area.
MLS is effective at aiding in quick healing, allowing for fewer treatments for a particular condition over the long haul of a treatment plan designed to aid recovery and speed healing for a variety of conditions.
Since the laser can target an area the laser treatment itself has the potential to be shorter in length depending on the specifics of the situation.
As a noninvasive procedure to target specific areas of ailment, using MLS technology to treat problems is cutting-edge technology. Tailor made to hit the mark of the specific problem in a variety of situations and areas of the body it can aid in healing, speed recovery and hit just its specific area of design. When used with other forms of therapy that are offered in a chiropractic setting it can be a valuable tool in overall health.