Affect of MLS Laser Therapy on Nerve Conduction with Peripheral Diabetic Neuropathy

The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the MLS laser on the injured tibial and peroneal nerves in diabetic sensory neuropathy. A controlled prospective study was performed on ten patients with documented type 2 diabetes and peripheral sensory neuropathy.

In this pilot study, MLS therapy appears to be uniquely capable of healing the injured nerve in DPN and shows great promise in the battle against the devastating sequelae of this disease.

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