MLS Laser Therapy

Get active again with Laser Therapy

Safe, non-invasive and painless treatment.

Ask us for further details on laser therapy and get back to doing what you love.

For rapid relief of pain, swelling and inflammation, useful for a range of conditions including:

Muscle spasm and pain
Sprains and Strains
Back Pain
Hip pain
Knee pain

Haematoma and oedema
Sports injuries


Have Low Level Lasers been Scientifically Studied & Proven?

Low level lasers have been used world-wide for over 30 years. The FDA has approved lasers for specific conditions. Over 2500 studies have shown that low level lasers:

(1) REDUCE PAIN by stimulating cells to produce their own endorphins, natural pain killers.

(2) PROMOTE FASTER HEALING by stimulating cells to increase the production of two major healing enzymes by as much as 75%.

(3) REDUCE INFLAMMATION by as much as 75%.

(4) INCREASE BONE REPAIR SPEED by stimulating fibroblastic and osteoblastic proliferation.

(5) RELAX MUSCLES and muscle spasms.

(6) DECREASE SWELLING by stimulating lymphatic drainage.

(7) ENHANCE THE IMMUNE SYSTEM by increasing the number of “killer” cells by 400-900%, and most importantly,

(8) RE-ENERGIZE CELL MEMBRANES to allow transport of essential nutrients across cell walls allowing a healthy new cell to grow (nutrients will not cross an injured or sick cell wall, thus slowing healing).


Frequently Asked Questions

We usually offer laser therapy as part of a comprehensive therapeutic plan for recovery or pain relief. Individual sessions are priced depending on your individual needs – contact us today to book your first consultation.

Laser therapy, like physiotherapy and sports massage, offers a great deal of benefits and pain relief. During sessions you do not feel any discomfort as the process is pain free.

At the start of your first laser therapy session, one of our highly trained practitioners will work with you to identify the exact area of pain ready for treatment. You will be asked to wear safety glasses as protection for the eyes. The laser therapy probe is then prepared, and pressed on the affected area(s), enabling the laser to be delivered precisely and directly through the skin. These laser waves reduce inflammation and pain in the injured tissue that is being treated, and prompts the body to respond naturally by increasing blood circulation, the number of blood vessels and therefore metabolism in the injured tissue. This is what helps to support the healing process.