Published On: Mon, Mar 18th, 2013

New laser therapy to treat pain in United States

MLS Laser Therapy- Dr. Figuereo- ANSIMIAMI – The Advanced Neuro Spine Institute (ANSI) introduces the new MLS Laser Therapy to Miami. The most advanced technology available today to increase the benefits associated with laser therapy for pain!

The use of conventional laser therapy has been offered for more than 25 years. It has been demonstrated that it is not toxic and it has no side effects. More than 3,000 scientific publications test its effectiveness and the validity of this method. Laser is used as a monotherapy or as a complementary therapy. Until now, the challenge with Laser Therapy has been its inability to treat deep-seeded pathologies, since it is used with low to medium power. That changed with the MLS Laser Therapy. The breakthrough of the multi-wave system offers greater benefits to the patient than any single-wavelength alone.

Medical Director of the ANSI, Neurosurgeon Dr. Santiago Figuereo explains: “At The Advanced Neuro Spine Institute, we strive to provide the most advanced minimally invasive therapies to our patients. The new MLS Laser Therapy brings tremendous benefit to our patients in which conservative therapies are indicated. The MLS Therapy, with its characteristic synchronization, helps in reducing chronic and acute pain, controlling inflammation, regenerating tissue and improving range of motion, These effects Not only take place at the same time, but also reciprocally reinforce each other providing relief of symptoms, accelerating the healing time for a quicker recovery back to day-to-day activities.

We are eager to observe our patients improve with numerous benefits from one advanced treatment. MLS Therapy technology is the most advanced laser therapy system up-to-date.” MLS Laser Therapy has been successfully used for Acute and Chronic pain reduction, edema reduction, as well as the enhancement of tissue, wound healing and cell regeneration. Patient benefits from Fast treatment times, no more than 10 minutes per session. Reduced number of applications, in many patients the improvement is evident since the first application. Depending on the case, the pain subsides by at least 50% with recovery of joint functions after the initial set of applications. MLS Therapy is able to guarantee effectiveness and short treatment times when treating numerous Osteo-Muscular System diseases and when repairing superficial lesions.

Common conditions that MLS laser therapy can help include: Neck, Back and Shoulder pain. Headache, Epicondylitis, Periarthritis, Tendonitis, Gonalgia, Myositis, Arthrosis, Degenerative Processes, Sprained joints, Bursitis, Trauma, Bruising, Effusions, Muscular strains and sprains, Injuries, burns, Venous Oedemas, Varicose Ulcers, Bedsores, Lumbago, Sciatica and Lumbosciatica.

To request additional or personalized information and to schedule appointments, please call (786) 623-2000 or email info@advancedneurospine.com MLS Therapy has been developed and tested following a strict course of biomedical and clinical research. In fact, the effectiveness of the combination of the emissions making up the MLS pulse was initially tested in vitro on cellular cultures, and finally tested in controlled clinical trials run by major state-of-the-art health organizations for treating traumatic or degenerative painful diseases.

Dr. Santiago Figuereo, FAANS, FACS is certified by the Board of Neurosurgery of the United States. He is the Founder and Medical Director of Advanced Neuro-Spine Institute (formerly the Miami Neurological Institute). Dr. Figuereo studied general surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and the Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia. He completed his residency in Neurosurgery at Loma Linda University Medical Center in California. The doctor was selected for neurosurgical training at the University of Washington, and made a minor in Functional Neurosurgery at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Santiago Figuereo has been an assistant professor at the School of Neurosurgery, University of Pennsylvania, he was Director of the Department of Neurosurgery at the Philadelphia Veterans Hospital and writes numerous articles for international publications.

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