MLS Laser Therapy | Austin Preferred Integrative Medicine

MLS Laser Therapy

MLS Laser Therapy

MLS Laser Therapy

Austin Preferred Integrative Medicine strives to provide patients with a wide array of treatment techniques. MLS Laser Therapy is an advanced, affordable option for treating soft-tissue injuries, often producing significant results when used alongside Chiropractic Care and Physical Therapy.

The Impact of MLS Laser Therapy:

MLS Laser Therapy is a safe, non-invasive treatment alternative for Arthritis, Tendonitis, Strains, Sprains, knee pain and other common injuries. The laser converts light into biomechanical energy, meaning there are no unpleasant hot or cold sensations during treatment. Treatments typically last for about 15 minutes per body part and can occur virtually anywhere on the body. Benefits from this technique include reduced pain and inflammation, tissue regeneration, cell stimulation and reduced swelling.

Not everybody is a candidate for MLS Laser Therapy. Patients could be denied due to certain medications, medical conditions or the presence of a neurostimulator device. We recommend you come in for a consultation with our medical providers to discuss your symptoms and whether this modality could benefit you.

Patients suffering from acute pain will begin a six-session course of treatment. Patients suffering from chronic pain will begin a 12-session plan. Results are not always immediate and can take several sessions to appear.

This is a cash service, meaning that those without medical insurance are candidates for treatment as well.

For more information on the other treatment options offered at Austin Preferred, please see our Services page. Contact us today if you would like to schedule a free consultation.

 

 

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We offer non-invasive physical medicine treatments and chiropractic care in Austin, TX. For your FREE consultation. Call us today at 512.442.2727 to schedule an evaluation with one of the medical provider at Austin Preferred.
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