— Dr. Stanley Stanbridge, Inventor, President
A practicing Chiropractor since 1978. Dr. Stanbridge has focused on pain and relieving suffering in a non-surgical, holistic way. In 2000 Dr. Stanbridge introduced the use of powerful LED arrays using a proprietary blend of visible and infrared wavelengths to relieve pain and reduce the signs of aging on the skin.
An early adopter of vibrational medicine, Dr. Stanbridge investigated high-speed vibrations and its effect on the body with patients who had been suffering. This led to the formation of Rapid Release Therapy which today is poised to become the “go-to” therapy for physical therapists, chiropractors, sports trainers and the health and medical community in general.
“The bottom line is I want to help people have a better fuller life. Without question, Rapid Release is uniquely qualified to deliver that help. I love being surrounded by people who feel the same way. Rapid Release Technology is too important to mankind to not make progress every day towards the goal of directly or indirectly helping people achieve a better fuller life. I am brought to tears when I have the occasion to speak with a user of Rapid Release and they go on and on about how it has changed their life and the lives of their patients, family, friends, often the lives of people who were told there was no hope for a better life. I am brought to tears when I have the occasion to speak with a user of Rapid Release and they go on and on about how it has changed their life and the lives of their patients, family, friends, often the lives of people who were told there was no hope for a better life.
We all have a choice to do what we do, however, I feel like from the very first astonishing successes I had with my patients in February 2010, when I made the first Rapid Release device, I haven’t a choice in the matter. I have to do this with you and anybody else who can invest in our vision.” - Dr. Stanbridge, 2016
An accomplished software engineer, Inventor, and Sales professional. Jeff began his software career by writing “Flight Code” for the GPS satellite at Rockwell Space Systems in 1981 and then wrote dozens of video games including “The Cabbage Patch Kids” for Coleco.
Jeff was named a Lite Beer All-Star in 1988 and was featured on ABC World News, ESPN, CNN, Fox and international TV shows for his virtual reality surfing and snowboarding simulator inventions. Jeff is an expert in internet security and cryptography. In addition to Jeff’s technical marketing background, he is also an author, singer, songwriter, and yoga teacher.
Jeff knew a good thing when he saw the early prototype in Dr. Stanbridge's office and offered his enthusiastic support by providing financial, marketing, and sales expertise to allow Dr. Stanbridge to do what he does best: create innovative, cost-effective solutions to democratize health care and strive to make everyone's lives a little easier.