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M6 COLD LASER

MLS Patented Cold Laser

LIFE WELLNESS CENTER is the first in the area to invest in the M6 Therapy Laser from Cutting Edge Technologies.

The M6 Therapy Laser is a non-surgical option that truly has the power to manage pain, reduce inflammation, increase mobility, and help speed recovery! The M6 Cold Laser works by flooding the tissues with light photons of specific wavelengths to treat painful debilitating conditions by energizing the damaged cells and increasing circulation to the painful area. Once the cold laser’s light photons reach the injured tissue it is readily absorbed by damaged, injured, or weakened cells. This produces a cascade of healing responses in your body, reducing inflammation, thereby reducing or even eliminating your pain. Treatments take less than 15 minutes on average, however the therapeutic effect continues to soothe and heal long after you leave the office.

Doctor’s across various specialties have been amazed with the MLS Laser’s Technology. See what they are saying, and how it works here.

The M6 Therapy Laser has the most advanced laser technology called MLS. MLS is the name for a new super-pulsed application of the laser beams, making it a more effective therapy for treating pain, inflammation, edema, and can even be used for reducing/repairing scar tissue that is post surgical or from acute/chronic injuries. The M6 Laser enhances a patient's treatment plan by shortening the treatment time in the office. Most patients experience great results in as little as 6 - 10 treatments. Some chronic conditions may require follow up treatment to maintain effective healing.

Cold Laser works by speeding up the "battery" of the tissue cells, which are called mitochondria. When the mitochondria rate increases, all cellular functions speed up too. This shift in energy causes any healing to occur much faster, sometimes up to 3 to 5 times quicker. During the treatment the laser light safely penetrates deep through several layers of skin and fat without injuring a single cell. Cold Laser has been used successfully in Europe for almost 3 decades and has been used in the U.S. quite extensively in the veterinary field and on race horses for the past 10 years. Currently, cold laser therapy is also being used by professional sports teams to treat athletes in the NFL, NBA, NHL, PGA, NBL, and the U.S Olympic Teams.

The M6 Cold Laser is FDA cleared and is the next generation of "cutting edge" treatment available for the human body, especially spine and musculoskeletal injuries, such as the following:

Tendon and ligament injuries – Soft tissue injuries – Muscle strains and tears – Sore muscles and joints – Degenerative joint conditions – Sciatica – General pain – Musculoskeletal disorders – Pre and post surgical treatment – Anti-inflammation applications – Radiating arm/leg pain

Watch this video from ABC News, featuring a marathon runner’s recovery and more!

Common Results:

Rapid disappearance of pain – Strong anti-inflammatory effect – Timely healing of sprains and strains – Rapid recovery of the structural integrity of the injured region – Rapid resolution of swollen areas – Immediate improvement of local blood circulation – Rapid repair of superficial injuries

There is no discomfort during treatment, and most side effects can be screened out before use, as it is a non-invasive light therapy with long lasting results.

When a physical condition or injury affects mobility or quality of life, there is one goal: A rapid return to every-day activities. We have the most advanced equipment to deliver these results. Learn more about our Laser's benefits here!

Call us at 540-720 6000 to set up a free consultation to see if you are a candidate for Cold Laser Therapy.

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New patients receive 15% OFF first visit.

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Monday:

8:30 am-11:30 am

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

8:30 am-11:30 am

2:30 pm-5:00 pm

Thursday:

Metabolic Exams

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-11:30 am

2:30 pm-5:00 pm

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  • "Dr. Mark is awesome!! It’s amazing the new test he is using for food sensitivities. He always make my pain ease. Snap-crackle-pop!"
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  • "Kind, Knowledgeable, and Best of all knows his stuff!
    Dr. Mark had my back feeling great again after a rear-end vehicle collision"
    Jon S.

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