January 26, 2010 — Erchonia, in cooperation with Parker College of Chiropractic recently announced that a new laser class has been incorporated into Parker’s core curriculum as a requirement for all students.
Not only will students have the opportunity to learn about laser technology in this new class, but as interns they will gain invaluable real-world experience as they treat patients with Erchonia’s low level laser equipment in the new Erchonia Laser Healthcare Center.
The Erchonia Laser Healthcare Center is a state-of-the-art facility that offers the latest Erchonia technology along with a clinical setting for chiropractic interns to treat patients under the direction of qualified clinicians. Interns will experience first-hand how best to diagnose and treat patients’ ailments with Erchonia’s laser technology.
“Laser technology, more than ever before, has become indispensible for medical professionals,” says Charlie Shanks, vice president of Erchonia Medical. “The academic training and the Erchonia Laser Healthcare Center will be significant resources for chiropractic students to get acquainted with our cutting-edge laser equipment and better serve their patients in the future.”
“We want our students to have the best education possible and that includes being proficient with laser technologies,” adds Dr. Ken Thomas, vice president of academics at Parker College. “The Erchonia Laser Healthcare Center and the academic class on laser technology provide the environment to explore and master this increasingly important field of study.”
Source: Crier Communications, www.crierpr.com