Category: ortholazer

How OrthoLazer is Helping Orthopedic Surgeons Deliver Even More Everyday Victories

OrthoLazer laser therapy treatments have none of the flaws or drawbacks of other treatments, and instead features the strongest FDA-cleared laser technology (the MSL M8 Robotic Laser system). As an orthopedic surgeon, your patients will love the fact that this is a non-invasive, non-opioid form of treatment that involves no pain and no downtime yet delivers dramatic and successful results.

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The Pain-Relieving Power of Laser Therapy

By now, everyone has heard about the opioid epidemic that has developed worldwide, and the dangers of opioids when prescribed for pain treatment. So why don’t doctors simply stop prescribing these opioids, and instead substitute something just as effective but far less harmful to humans?

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Will Laser Therapy Ever Replace Opioids Completely?

By now, everyone has heard about the opioid epidemic that has developed worldwide, and the dangers of opioids when prescribed for pain treatment. So why don’t doctors simply stop prescribing these opioids, and instead substitute something just as effective but far less harmful to humans?

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The Latest Developments in Opioid-Sparing Pain Relief

When it comes to surgical procedures, orthopedic surgeons are always looking for ways to improve recovery times and outcomes for their patients. In many cases, laser therapy can be an effective way to do just that. In this blog, we’ll take a look at how laser therapy aids in surgical recovery and some of the benefits that orthopedic surgeons can expect to see from using it in their own practices.

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How Laser Therapy Aids in Surgical Recovery 

When it comes to surgical procedures, orthopedic surgeons are always looking for ways to improve recovery times and outcomes for their patients. In many cases, laser therapy can be an effective way to do just that. In this blog, we’ll take a look at how laser therapy aids in surgical recovery and some of the benefits that orthopedic surgeons can expect to see from using it in their own practices.

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