Inspire is currently accepting grant applications for help with the acquisition or implementation of Impulse IQ adjusting instruments. Only qualified chiropractic doctors within VA healthcare system may apply. Grants applications may be reviewed and granted in whole or in part, deferred or denied.
NEW GRANT REBATE FUNDING OPPORTUNITY
Within the Chiropractic Community
Spine Care Instruments
In partnership with Neuromechanical Innovations and the Impulse IQ Adjusting Instrument platform.
Inspire is currently accepting applications for currently enrolled or enrolling students at Life Chiropractic College. The Life Grant program is limited and will expire when funding is depleted. Grants applications may be reviewed and granted in whole or in part, deferred or denied.
Grants Make A Difference
The International Spine Research Foundation (INSPIRE) Provides Meaningful Funding
We conduct spinal research as a means of heightening our understanding of optimal spinal functionality and its role in the human condition. To this extent, objectives in preventing spinal injury and degeneration remain at the forefront of our mission.
As our research drives us toward greater understandings, we can also apply what we have learned to treatment of spinal conditions. In so keeping, we strive to support and partner with the international Chiropractic and spine surgery communities.
Many of our grant funding opportunities promote chiropractic initiatives.
Thanks to our supporters
Grant funding made possible by people like you.
Thank you for your generosity.
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About The Neuromechanical Impulse IQ Grant
Purpose: Is to make Impulse IQ Adjusting accessible to patients in all Markets (Designated Marketing Areas DMA’s) across the globe.
This Grant has a limited set aside for practitioners who would like to incorporate instrument adjusting into their Chiropractic or Medical practice. The award may convey up to 50% of the retail value the Impulse IQ Adjusting Instrument and 1-year subscription to NMI University Online Basic and Advanced instrument training to United States manufacturer Neuromechanical Innovations (NMI).
IMPORTANT: An award is not guaranteed and may follow the following considerations and criteria.
- The number of providers applying for The Impulse IQ Grant within a DMA.
- The number of providers actively using Impulse IQ within practice within a DMA.