Foot Pain Relief Laser Treatment

Foot Pain Relief Laser Treatment

Are you experiencing foot pain? Does it hurt to walk, or prevent you from doing normal activities?

Foot pain relief laser treatment, may be the answer.

The laser penetrates deeply into your tissue and accelerates cellular reproduction and growth.

As a result of laser therapy, cells of foot and ankle tendons, ligaments, and muscles repair themselves faster.

As your foot and/or ankle inflammation decreases, your pain reduces very quickly. In other words, as the laser kick starts the healing process of your foot and/or ankle, it speeds the recovery.

Unlike many oral medications for pain and inflammation relief, the laser has no known side effects and is cleared by the FDA,safe and effective.

Many patients with high levels of pain may experience relief after the 1st or 2nd treatment. The effects of laser treatment are cumulative and you should see improvement as your go through your foot doctor’s recommended treatment plan.

It is very important to complete the course of treatment recommended by your podiatrist or your symptoms are likely to reoccur.

In an article published in Runner’s World titled Should You Get Laser Therapy? Can a laser therapy cure heel and arch pain?, Melanie Radzicki McManus says “My four-month layoff decreased the acute pain, but it was the laser treatment that gave immediate, near-total relief, and that got me out running again.”

The benefits of foot pain relief laser treatment are:

Laser Therapy Treats Conditions Such As:

So what’s your next step…

We offer the latest technology in laser treatments for foot and ankle pain and inflammation. This allows us to offer our patients the most advanced foot and ankle care possible.

Give us a call today 301-937-5666 to schedule your appointment or click here to request an appointment online, to see if laser therapy is right for your foot and/or ankle pain.

Don’t wait until it gets worse, the sooner you get it checked out the better chance you have of quickly relieving your pain.

Our schedule fills up very quickly so the sooner you contact us the better chance you have of getting an appointment time that is most convenient for you.

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