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Crain's Cleveland Business reports on Multi Radiance Medical's Technology, Growth in the Super-Pulsed Laser Device Market

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Solon, OH - March 28, 2013 - Max Kanarsky, CEO and Tom Kelly, Executive Vice President of Multi Radiance Medical were both interviewed for the article "Putting Pain on the Spot" in the March 25, 2013 edition of Crain's Cleveland Business.

In addition to giving an overview of the company's explosive growth since 2006, the article delved into the beginnings of the technology behind the company's line of non-invasive, super-pulsed laser equipment. The Crain's feature also discussed how the company's product line has expanded beyond its core business of physical therapy and rehabilitation markets to amateur and professional sports athletes, as well as veterinarians.

Read full article HERE.

Multi Radiance Medical develops and manufactures FDA-cleared therapeutic super pulsed laser devices, which are used throughout the world to treat acute/chronic pain, bursitis, back pain, carpal tunnel, arthritis pain, tennis elbow, muscle strain, tendonitis, and other conditions. For more information on our full line of products, or to see how our technology is used around the world, visit http://www.multiradiance.eu.


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