MLS Laser Therapy

MLS Laser Therapy

MLS Laser Therapy stands for Multiwave Locked System Laser Therapy. This procedure is a minimally invasive procedure that targets pain points and reduces inflammation through the use of a laser light. The laser is used to penetrate the skin in an effort to reach those target areas that are causing the most discomfort. It then works towards healing wounds and repairing soft tissue.

This procedure is seen as a popular option among patients who would rather not go through surgery. MLS Laser Therapy has been found to be particularly useful in healing conditions such as neuroma, plantar fasciitis, diabetic ulcers, arthritis, and tendonitis. Those suffering from heel pain or dealing with a sports injury may find this type of treatment useful as well.

For more information about the treatment process of MLS Laser Therapy and to see if it's the right option for your condition, call our office to make an appointment.


Onyfix Nail Correction System

Onyfix Nail Correction System

The Onyfix Nail Correction System is a versatile and innovative product that enables completely painless treatment of almost all forms of involuted and ingrown toenails. lt is adapted to your unique toenail, which is then brought back to its natural shape. The process is non-surgical and pain-free throughout the entire treatment.

Onyfix uses a composite nail brace that reshapes the nail and ensures natural nail growth. Because it is non-surgical, it provides an alternative solution for patients who may not be suited for toenail surgery: needle phobia, diabetics, pregnancy, elderly, vascular disease, etc. Since it is a composite that is cured to the nail, it will not fall or slide off the nail plate, nor will it cause discomfort when in shoes, unlike traditional nail braces.

For more information about Onyfix and to see if it's the right option for you, call our office to make an appointment.


Traumeel lnjection

When you suffer from pain in your foot or ankle, Traumeel@ injections offer relief and give you a safe and natural alternative to steroid injections. Traumeel is a homeopathic solution made from a variety of natural plants and minerals. The ingredients, which are carefully chose to reduce inflammation and pain, are effective and rarely produce side effects. They don't interact with other medications. The ingredients include:

  • Arnica montana, radix (mountain arnica)
  • Calendula officinalis (marigold)
  • Millefoloum (milfoil)
  • Chamomilla (chamomile)
  • Bellis perennis (daisy)
  • Echinacea angustifolia (narrow-leafed coneflower)
  • Echinacea purpurea (purple coneflower)

Traumeel is an effective alternative or supplement to steroids. Steroid injections are safe and highly effective, but are limited in how often and how frequent they can be given. More frequent steroid use can weaken tendons, cause bone loss and lead to cartilage deterioration. Alternatively, Traumeel allows for multiple injections to be given and is safe for the musculoskeletal structure. Traumeel can be used acute or chronic musculoskeletal inflammation and pain, including inflammatory and degenerative conditions.

Call our office to make an appointment, and see if Traumeel is the right option for you.


Custom Orthotics

Custom Orthotics

Custom orthotics are specially-made devices designed to support and comfort your feet. They are crafted uniquely for you, by matching the contours of your feet to optimize how you move. Orthotics are only manufactured after a podiatrist has conducted a complete evaluation of your feet, so the orthotic can accommodate your unique foot structure and pathology.

Podiatrists use orthotics to treat foot problems such as plantar fasciitis, bursitis, tendinitis, diabetic foot ulcers, and foot, ankle, and heel pain. Clinical research studies have shown that podiatrist-prescribed foot orthotics decrease foot pain and improve function.

Traditionally, plaster casting is used to make an impression of your foot for the orthotic molds. However, newer technology like 3D Digital Scanners provide impression accuracy to the micrometer without the mess of plaster cast and without long turnaround time. Prescription orthotics are made of top-notch materials that are customized to the patient’s needs and lifestyle so to optimize the longevity of the orthotics.

Orthotics typically cost more than shoe inserts purchased in a retail store, but the additional cost is usually well worth it. Unlike shoe inserts, orthotics are molded to fit each individual foot, so you can be sure that your orthotics fit and do what they're supposed to do. Many insurance plans can help pay for prescription orthotics.

Call our office to make an appointment for an orthotic evaluation.


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