Super Pulsed Cold Laser Therapy
I’ve coupled over 15 years of clinical experience in laser therapies with the most powerful and advanced Super Pulsed Cold Lasers on the South Coast. Over the last 18 months these lasers have provided many of our patients with some absolutely astounding results. If you’ve found other treatments less than successful for the treatment of your pain and problems this could be the answer you’ve been looking for. This is your opportunity to have the same technology used by almost every major sports team in America on their multi-million dollar athletes!
-Dr Rick White
MR4 ACTIV Cordless Super Pulsed Laser
The MR4 ACTIV Cordless Super Pulsed Laser– offers the optimal portable solution for professional and amateur athletes alike. It provides a convenient, comfortable, and portable tool that can be used for treatment in the training room, on the field, or on the road.
Super Pulsed Cold Laser Therapy Offers an Amazing Option for the Treatment of:
•Auto Accident Injuries
•Painful Wrists and Ankles
Some of the benefits of Super Pulsed Cold Laser Therapy include:
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The Kansas City Royals Secret Weapon is a Chiropractic Piece of Equipment
Long before the champagne celebrations and ski goggles that accompany winning the MLB World Series, the Kansas City Royals dedicated team of trainers, chiropractors and physicians were hard at work caring for their athletes to keep them in top form for the long and grueling 178 games that they had to play to win Major League Baseball’s top prize.
One device that the KC Royals utilized on a day-to-day basis that helped their athletes recover faster than ever before was the use of the Multi Radiance Laser technology.
If you are not familiar with the Multi Radiance Laser, you soon will be, as this laser technology is exploding on to the scene in the professional sports arena and is now making headlines in the clinical setting as well.
The core of Multi Radiance’s super pulsed laser technology, which synergistically combines multiple types of therapeutic laser/light and magnetic field, was developed by the Soviet Space Program for the use of cosmonauts in the space. The technology has significantly evolved over the last 20 years and was FDA cleared in 2006. It offers one of the most powerful and safest laser therapy technologies.
The company’s flag ship product – the MR4 Laser Stim is the world’s first FDA cleared combination of laser, neuro-adaptive e-stim and biofeedback TARGET technology. It is designed for clinicians with patients who suffer with chronic pain and pain associated with acute injuries.
The KC Royal’s award winning training staff also proudly lay claim to being the most successful “implementer” in major league baseball, having fully integrated laser technology in all levels of their organization from the majors down to the minor leagues.
The Royals head athletic trainer, Nick Kenney, who is the winner of the 2011 Dick Martin award for best medical staff in baseball and the 2013 PBATS award for the Athletic Training Staff of the Year, had this to say about the laser; “The MR4 laser has become an integral tool in the maintenance and rehabilitation of our players.” Nick Kenney
One could conclude that this type of therapy combined with consistent chiropractic care could serve as a catalyst for keeping athletes and weekend warriors in peak condition throughout a lifetime of wear and tear.
In addition to rehab, the laser offers many pain relief applications that have had significant research performed showing how the technology is effective in athletic performance enhancement reducing muscle fatigue and the potential of injuries caused by muscle fatigue.
These studies, performed by world renowned researcher Ernesto Leal Junior, Ph.D. PT, over the last 24-month period demonstrate that multi radiance laser therapy speeds up recovery in post athletic activity by 300%.
As Chiropractors we deal with a wide variety of athletes; from the 5 year old soccer sensation to the 89 year old grandfather who plays golf three times a week.
Perhaps we should all take cue from the World Series champions and consider adding laser technology to our practices.