About the Practice

Precision Laser Joint and Spine Pain Center in Glen Burnie, Maryland, is a specialized laser therapy practice treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders.

Multiwave locked system (MLS®) laser therapy is an advanced technology that offers a safe, entirely noninvasive, and painless experience. Precision Laser Joint and Spine Pain Center uses the ASA Laser system — a cutting edge MLS therapy that delivers outstanding results.

In addition to their expertise in MLS laser therapy, the Precision Laser Joint and Spine Pain Center team provides both physical therapy and occupational therapy services. These therapies, in conjunction with the MLS laser, offer an effective way of healing injuries and managing chronic pain conditions without the need for opioid medications, invasive procedures, or surgery.

Precision Laser Joint and Spine Pain Center treats a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders, from the many causes of back and neck pain to conditions like plantar fasciitis. The team also focuses on sports and workplace injuries, aiming to get patients back to work and doing the activities they enjoy as safely and speedily as possible.

If you're an athlete looking for help with an injury that's affecting your ability to play and train, or you've experienced an injury at work and need help with your rehabilitation, Precision Laser Joint and Spine Pain Center can help. Call the team today to schedule a consultation or book an appointment online.

SPECIALITIES

 


Neuropathy | Back Pain | Joint Pain | Sports Injury | Sprains | Work Place Injury | Chronic Pain | Arthritis

 

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Location
Precision Laser Joint and Spine Pain Center
216 Crain Highway North, Suite 103
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Phone: 410-260-0428
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410-260-0428