July 6, 2017 — The leading laser therapy device manufacturer Multi Radiance Medical (MRM) announces its continued association with Activator Methods International as a Platinum Sponsor of the upcoming Activator Methods Global Leadership Conference.
The developer of the world’s first instrument-assisted, low-force chiropractic technique, Activator Methods International will host the conference in Phoenix, AZ on July 21-22, 2017.
As part of the association, the two industry leaders are continuing their commitment to the education of healthcare practitioners on the benefits of laser technology to manage acute and chronic conditions as a complement to chiropractic care and the Activator Method through a nationwide seminar series.
The Activator Methods Fall 2017 seminar program will teach the latest advances in orthopedic, neurological and chiropractic examinations to identify joint dysfunction in the spinal column and extremities. Multi Radiance Medical representatives will educate Activator doctors on how to incorporate laser treatments as an adjunct to chiropractic care.
More than 50,000 doctors of chiropractic have been trained in the Activator Method technique, making it the most widely-used chiropractic instrument technique in the world.
Multi Radiance Medical develops and manufactures FDA-cleared super pulsed laser devices, which are used throughout the world to treat acute and chronic pain, back pain, arthritis, muscle spasms and other conditions. There are over 10 recent peer-reviewed studies published in journals documenting the beneficial ergogenic effects of Multi Radiance super pulsed laser photobiomodulation therapy.
Arlan Fuhr, DC, founder and chairman of Activator Methods, said, “Multi Radiance is a research-backed laser technology and adds another dimension to musculoskeletal care. Multi Radiance technology is supported by nearly 30 scientific studies for superior clinical efficacy and safety. The MRM research shows effectiveness in the musculoskeletal treatment of patients.”
Source: Multi Radiance Medical