Rapid Release Therapy Training & Support

Dr. Stanley Stanbridge, Founder & Inventor of Rapid Release Therapy

From the Founder:

3 Things to Remember

1. Do not apply extra pressure.

2. Keep the device moving at all times. (1 Inch per second)

3. Use over a large area of the body.

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Training Videos

We have compiled a set of training videos for each part of the body you need to treat.

Learn From the Pros

We have tapped three of our leading practitioners to show you how they use the Pro2.

Marketing Materials

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Training Videos

Back Treatment
Elbow Treatment
Calf Treatment
Lower Back Treatment
Hands Treatment
General Treatment Parameters
Hip Treatment
Neck Treatment
Wrist Treatment
Foot Treatment

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Dr. Gloyd’s Advice? “Go Get the Pro2 for Your Clinic and Never Look Back!”

Practitioners can add treatments with the Rapid Release Pro2 seamlessly into current protocols—all while enhancing patient satisfaction and cash flow.  Just ask Dr. Matt Gloyd of PT3 in Phoenix, AZ.

Dr. Gloyd recommends the Rapid Release Pro2 to any practitioner treating pain, driven to provide patient-centered care and improve outcomes. He views the Pro2 as a way to increasing demand for services and creating the word of mouth crucial to building business.

“No other modality on the market can stack up to the versatility the Rapid Release Pro2 offers from a marketing or patient outcome standpoint,” says Dr. Gloyd.

Dr. Gloyd encourages practitioners to put the Rapid Release Pro2 to work for their patients and their practice in three ways:

  1. Optimize application of the Pro2 by utilizing it in conjunction with existing techniques like ART, contract-relax, PNF, etc.
  2. Get patients moving in functional movement patterns while applying the device in conjunction with the techniques above to free up any restriction to their movement.
  3. Incorporate the Pro2 into an àla carte service and/or market this for your clinic. Doing this suggests you offer the latest, most innovative technology in our world of physical medicine.

Read our blog article about Dr. Gloyd HERE.

Treating the Injuries of Fighters


We recently interviewd Dr. Cowin, who often works on MMA fighters.

How has Rapid Release Therapy helped your client’s recovery? 

Rapid Release Therapy in clinic is more used in conjunction with certain neurological approaches where we are trying to use rapid vibration for the purpose of stimulating the PCML. So it is an adjunt procedure we use in conjunction with things like Class IV laser, nerve tracing work, dry needling & other nerve based procedures. On the international scene our athletes use it in place of foam rolling & passive warm ups. They absolutely swear by it.

How has Rapid Release Therapy helped your business grow?

I think it offers a different level of support for the big picture. When used appropriately it can really be a powerful tool in the grand scheme of healthcare.

How did you find out about Rapid Release Therapy?

Through colleagues within the sports medicine/sports chiropractic world.

What interested you most about it?

I liked the portability of it as well as the ability to have multiple points of contact.

Dr. Cowin giving “The Immortal” Matt Brown a treatment
Dr. Cowin treating UFC Champion Rose Namajunas
Do you use any other fascia, manual or vibration tools or techniques and how does Rapid Release Therapy compare?

Yes. We use Graston, FAKTR, FDM, & several other forms of fascial manipulative techniques. I think the Rapid Release Therapy is completely different. You can’t really compare it to the others. The rapid vibration is so much more efficient, so it’s just not fair to compare them.

Do you have any words of wisdom for other practitioners?

I truly believe that Rapid Release Therapy is a great tool to have in clinic. I’ve used many different types of vibration, techniques and tools and I think Rapid Release Therapy is definitely one of the top on the market. It’s versatility and specificity really does yield high-end results for every type of condition.

Treating the Fastest Man in the World


Dr. Sorchy and his team, which includes doctors, licensed massage therapists and chiropractic assistants, treat American and international athletes. Half of the top sprinters in the world are treated at Clermont Chiropractic Life Center. Sorchy also owns and is president of the gym franchise Lord’s Gym, where the runners train.

Sorchy states that the Rapid Release Pro2 is often requested by these elite athletes when they visit him for treatment: “They’ll say, ‘Am I going to get that vibration device, Doc?’” Dr. Sorchy is more than pleased with the results he sees with the Pro2. “These elite sprinters, the fastest human beings on the planet, are having less pain and tightmess and are getting back on the track quicker through our protocols which include the Rapid Release Technology Pro2,” he says.

Another reason Dr. Sorchy and his pro athlete patients love the Rapid Release Pro2 is its portability. “We can travel with the Rapid Release Pro2. It came with me to Rio [the 2016 Olympics],” he says. Dr. Sorchy also likes how easy it is to teach the athletes how to treat themselves with the Pro2. “It’s very simple. I showed an athlete today,” he explains. “They can feel the spots more than I can isolate them. It’s easy for athletes to understand where to put the device and use it without harming themselves.”


If Justin Gatlin’s name rings a bell, it’s probably because he just became the fastest man on the planet. On August 5, 2017, American Gatlin defeated Jamaican eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt in the IAAF World Championship 100-meter dash final at London Stadium.

While Dr. Sorchy did not travel with Gatlin to the London competition, Gatlin did bring along his Rapid Release Pro2, which he affectionately calls ‘Tyrone.’ An earlier adopter of Rapid Release, Gatlin had our first Pro2 prototype and now uses our latest model. He uses it to treat his hip, groin, feet, Achilles tendon and calves. Sorchy says Gatlin has gone through three Pro2 devices because of different energy voltages abroad. “Rapid Release was gracious enough to honor the warranty,” Sorchy reports.

Offering the treatments with the Pro2 has boosted business for Dr. Sorchy and his colleagues. “When you get good results, you get good referrals. Honestly, it’s been irreplaceable; its a vital part of my practice. One of the easiest ways to address tightness and rigidity has been with the Rapid Release. Plus, Dr. Sorchy uses the Pro2 to treat himself. “I suffer from tight muscles and a variety of aches and pains from my days as a soccer player and teaching workouts at Lord’s Gym. Plus, I am 50 years old. Who doesn’t have aches or pains at 50, and I have a lot of patients to see.”

Read our blog article about Dr. Sorchy & Justin Gatlin HERE.


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(949) 415-4778


3303 S Harbor Blvd

Unit D10 

Costa Mesa, CA 92626-1519



Business Hours

M-F: 8am – 5pm
S-S: 9am – 4pm

Rapid Release Therapy products are intended for various medical purposes such as relaxing muscles and relieving minor aches and pains.