December 13, 2014 — Multi Radiance Medical (MRM), manufacturer and marketer of FDA-cleared lasers for drug-free pain relief, caps a milestone year in 2013 with scholarship awards to Hailey Coonrad from LIFE University and William Wood from Parker University. These awards are a part of the almost $1 million and equipment donations Multi Radiance continues to invest in the chiropractic community.
“The past year has marked significant advances for MRM’s commitment to improving patient outcomes, enhancing injury treatment and advancing the chiropractic profession,” states Max Kanarsky, president and CEO of MRM. “As long-standing advocates of chiropractic, MRM is well positioned to facilitate the integration of super pulsed lasers into clinical practices.”
Drawing praise from the chiropractic community, MRM super pulsed lasers represent the gold standard in sports laser treatment applications:
Frank J. Nicchi, DC, MS, president, New York Chiropractic College, says, “New York Chiropractic College appreciates Multi Radiance’s generous contributions to chiropractic clinical education and dedicated commitment to quality patient care.”
Joseph Miller, DC, New York Chiropractic College, says, “Many of my patients have responded positively to Multi Radiance laser technology. It’s been particularly effective with overuse injuries where I’ve witnessed rapid turnarounds in symptoms and functional ability.”
Nate Sermeno, DC, sports medicine resident, Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCUHS), adds, “The MR4 Super Pulsed Laser is very simple and easy to use. I have treated many patients with it, and have had very good results.”
Jesika Menasaka, DC, MSHPE, supervising clinician, SCUHS Internship, California State University, and chair of the Clinical Education and Assessment team, adds, “Interns and patients love the MR4 Super Pulsed Laser. It is easy to operate, and it has been a great addition to our other treatment modalities.”
MRM has supported many chiropractic organizations over the years. A partial list of benefactors includes the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, the International Chiropractors Association, the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council, the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic (FICS), the European Chiropractors Union (ECU), the World Federation of Chiropractic, and 80 percent of chiropractic colleges worldwide.
Source: Multi Radiance Medical