For Pain Management, Dr. Samir Nazam uses the MLS® Laser Therapy which is a cutting-edge technology that can help physicians relieve pain and restore healthy movement to their patients noninvasively. If this type of pain management treatment sounds like something you might benefit from, do not hesitate to contact Dr. Samir Nazam of Chantilly Medical Center in Chantilly, Virginia. No appointment is necessary.
MLS stands for Multiwave Locked System (Laser Therapy). It was developed in an effort to produce an efficient and simultaneous effect on pain, inflammation, and edema. MLS is a noninvasive pain management technique that uses low-level laser therapy to reduce pain and inflammation. FDA cleared in 2002, the technology was designed to produce an efficient and simultaneous effect on pain in a short period of time.
The control system that generates the MLS pulse synchronizes laser emissions to achieve optimum results. This means that various therapeutic effects take place at once, while also reciprocally reinforcing each other.
When you receive MLS Laser Therapy, there are a few things happening. Dr. Samir first uses the MLS laser to stimulate the mitochondria in your cells, jump-starting the body's own healing process. The laser energy then stimulates cells to evict toxins out of the cell and allow oxygen back into the cell again. Laser light boosts cell growth and heightens production of new, healthy cells. It also increases the development of new blood vessels by bringing new blood flow to the treated area.
MLS is known the treat a myriad of conditions. Some of the more popular conditions patients suffer from before receiving MLS are as follows:
For acute injuries, patients need roughly 6-8 treatments of MLS Laser Therapy. For chronic pain, injury, or arthritis, patients generally require closer to 10-12 treatments. This is all personal and individually relevant and upon your first exam, Dr. Nazam will know more about your treatment needs.
No. MLS is fast becoming the standard of care for physicians all over the world. Effective at alleviating both acute and chronic pain, MLS has an 85-90% efficacy rate while also eliminating the risk associated with surgery and prescription painkillers.
Side effects of MLS are virtually nonexistent, as the laser is noninvasive and not designed to physically pierce the skin. As of this time, there have been no reported negative side effects of MLS Laser Therapy.
If you are interested in this noninvasive approach to pain management or would like to learn more about MLS Laser Therapy, contact Dr. Nazam. No appointment is necessary.