MLS Laser Therapy Case Study

The study of MLS Laser Therapy has been ongoing for over 30 years. It was developed and tested following strict guidelines in clinical research. Initially the MLS pulse method was tested in vitro on cellular cultures, then in vivo on animals, and then finally on humans in controlled clinical trials. Individuals who participated were those that were attending treatments for traumatic or degenerative painful diseases.

The outcome of clinical trials carried out on patients, which led to medical approval of the treatment.

Some specific conditions that MLS Therapy can treat include:

  • muscular/skeletal system trauma (strains, sprains, etc.)
  • degenerative illnesses of articular or neuromuscular origin
  • painful conditions of various origin
  • inflammatory conditions, including those affecting the elderly
  • oedema due to circulatory stasis, reduced lymphatic drainage or trauma
  • superficial lesions of various origin

Patients affected by specific problems such as lumbago, sciatica, lumbosciatica, epicondylitis, periarthritis, tendonitis, gonalgia, myositis, arthrosis, degenerative processes, sprained joints, bursitis, trauma, bruising, effusions, muscular strains and sprains, injuries, burns, venous oedema, varicose ulcers and bedsores can experience fast relief and certain benefits following application of MLS Therapy.