If you experience pain, unwelcome signs of aging, or prolonged COVID-19 symptoms, see the experts at Physicians Creek Medical Center in North Miami Beach, Florida. Skilled internal medicine physician Adam Au, DO, MD, PhD, FACOI, and the team offer medical laser treatments during pain medicine and physical therapy sessions. Medical lasers can also help address aesthetic concerns. Schedule an in-person or telemedicine evaluation by phone or request one online today.
Medical laser treatments at Physicians Creek Medical Center use multi-wave laser technology for cosmetic purposes or to treat an array of medical conditions. Multi-wave laser systems are mainstay treatments in medicine that use low-intensity lasers approved by the FDA for anti-aging and tissue healing. Such laser systems provide up to 30 watts of power.
Medical laser treatments at Physicians Creek Medical Center are used for:
Aesthetic medical laser treatments include body sculpting, tattoo removal, and reductions in melasma, acne, port wine stains, seborrheic keratosis (non-cancerous skin growth), and hidradenitis suppurativa (painful bumps under the skin). These treatments also reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and redness.
Medical laser treatments for pain medicine can help you heal faster after automobile, personal, or other injuries and diminish ongoing or extreme pain. It also helps eliminate symptoms of bursitis (inflammation of fluid-filled sacs in your joints). Lasers can reduce joint, cervical, shoulder, back, knee, hip, or migraine pain, as well as neuropathic discomfort.
Using lasers during physical therapy sessions can improve musculoskeletal functioning in patients struggling with injuries, pain, stiffness, swelling, a reduced range of motion, diminished mobility, or other physical disabilities.
Medical laser treatments help reduce bothersome symptoms of prolonged COVID-19, improving lung function to help you recover as completely as possible.
Dr. Au supervises medical laser treatments to ensure superior results. The treatment may help you avoid taking harsh medications or undergoing invasive procedures.
Medical laser treatments aren’t painful, although your provider may apply numbing cream to eliminate any discomfort. You can wear goggles to protect your eyes from the laser while your specialist emits laser energy into specific tissues. The treatment might last 20-60 minutes — treatment times vary from person to person.
After medical laser treatment sessions at Physicians Creek Medical Center, your provider determines when to schedule the next treatment to ensure optimal results. Multiple treatment sessions typically produce the most dramatic effects.
Common (temporary) side effects include redness, swelling, or tenderness. Over time, you begin to notice improvements in the way your body looks and feels.
Schedule an in-person or telemedicine medical laser treatment consultation at Physicians Creek Medical Center by phone or request one online today.