Alleviating pain and inflammation and enhancing healing for patients.
We are thrilled to introduce our newest addition to the clinic, MLS Laser Therapy.
MLS Laser Therapy is the first of its kind on the Central Coast and it’s already having a huge impact on our patients lives.
At Cancer Rehabilitation & Lymphatic Solutions we are committed to offering our patients the latest and most advanced technologies, equipment, and approaches to ensure they receive the most optimal care and result available.
Kate Perkins, Founder, and head therapist at Cancer Rehabilitation & Lymphatic Solutions is a Certified Pinc & Steel Cancer Rehab OT and a leader in the early detection and intervention of Breast Cancer Related Lymphoedema (BCRL). She uses the latest in Bioimpedance Spectroscopy (BIS) technology, the SOZO, in the early monitoring of Breast Cancer Related. Kate is a pioneer and leader in innovation and technology leader and is always looking for ways to remain at the forefront in the industry, which is why she is so excited by the addition of MLS laser to service portfolio.
Kate shares insights with us below about her latest addition to her clinic that is clearly making waves on not just her cancer patients but on anyone who wants to promote healing and alleviate pain and inflammation.
MLS Laser Therapy – Q & A with Kate Perkins
Q. What is MLS laser therapy?
A. MLS Laser Therapy helps to overcome the painful symptoms typical of musculoskeletal disorders, post operative inflammation, side effects of cancer related treatments and more so that patients can return to everyday activities faster.
Why did you introduce the laser into the clinic?
The new technology, backed by 30 years of research, enables us to open services to a wider patient population including, post orthopaedic surgeries, accelerating wound healing and surgical sites, and enhance our current treatment cancer rehab and lymphoedema practices.
Q. How does it work?
A. MLS Laser uses two light wavelengths, synchronising pulsed l and continuous light wavelengths to reduce inflammation, reduce pain symptoms, reduce swelling, and accelerate healing of wounds and surgical sites.
MLS Laser Therapy is a medical breakthrough therapeutic device with unparalleled applications and treatment outcomes. The laser works by converting light into biochemical energy, resulting in normal cell function, which causes symptoms (PAIN) to disappear.
The primary biological action of laser results from stimulation of cellular transport mechanisms in the mitochondria, cell membranes and epithelial tissues. This action causes the release of vasodilating chemicals, the stimulation of DNA and RNA (building blocks) synthesis, an increase in enzyme production, an increase of superdioxide dismutase activity, normalisation of tissue Ph and increased ATP production (healing of the cells from the inside).
Q. What conditions can benefit from laser?
- Chronic and acute pain
- Degenerative joint and disc disease
- Foot, ankle, hip, and knee pain
- Hand, wrist, and elbow pain
- Muscle sprains, strains, and spasms
- Neck, back and shoulder pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Post-surgical pain and inflammation
- Sports injuries
- TMJ dysfunction and craniofacial pain
Q. Who is laser therapy suitable for?
A. It is suitable for use before, during and after a wide variety of procedures to enhance outcomes and improve patient satisfaction and comfort. We will evaluate your condition and perform a complete laser therapy examination to determine if you are a candidate for this procedure.
Q. What results can patients expect to experience?
A. MLS Laser Therapy is about healing. It’s not about masking or covering up a condition. When you feel better from this therapy … it’s because you are better. Therefore, results have been found to be quite long lasting.
Q. Is laser therapy painful?
A. Treatment in non-invasive, pain free, and highly effective.
Q. Do patients need a referral?
A. No a referral is not required.
Cancer Rehabilitation & Lymphatic Solutions in Erina is currently taking bookings for MLS Laser Therapy, please contact 02 4312 7033.
If you are a healthcare professional and would like to learn more about how the treatment can benefit your patients, please contact us today.