Efficiency of MLS Therapy in Abarticular Rheumatism Revealed by Digital Thermography and Visual Analog Scale

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Efficiency of MLS Therapy in Abarticular Rheumatism Revealed by Digital Thermography and Visual Analog Scale

This study compares the anthalgic and anti-inflammatory effect of MLS Laser Therapy and the mono-channel laser treatment in abarticular rheumatism, by digital thermography (outlining the local anti-inflammatory effect by the decrease in the cutaneous temperature), soft tissue echography (visualization of tissular modifications) and by clinical methods (the visual analogue pain scale).

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