MPS Pain Research
MPS is a world leader in pain and stress research. The research we post on this website is related to this device only and done by our company! The following PEER-REVIEWED studies have been recently published. Please click on the links to view the abstracts. Links to full articles are at the bottom of each abstract.
MPS Improves Concussions & Tremors (Med Acup 08-2016)
DC Electroacupuncture Effects on Scars and Sutures of a Patient with Postconcussion Pain
MPS Relieves Back Pain 75% (JACIM 12-2016)
Microcurrent Point Stimulation Applied to Acupuncture Points for the Treatment of Non-Specific Lower Back Pain
MPS Improves Neck Pain 80% (JACM 03-2017)
Microcurrent Point Stimulation Applied to Lower Back Acupuncture Points for the Treatment of Nonspecific Neck Pain
MPS Reduces STRESS 27% Improving HRV 42% (Med Acup 04-2017)
Detailed Autonomic Nervous System Analysis of Microcurrent Point Stimulation Applied to Battlefield Acupuncture Protocol
MPS vs TENS Influence on Sympathetic Stress & Cortisol (JCMB 04-2017)
Detailed Heart Rate Variability, Exercise Tolerance, Cortical and Vas Pain Scale Analysis of Two Forms of Electro-Therapy Applied To A Patient with Chronic Back Neuropathic Pain
MPS Applied to Scars Reduces Pain 73.5% (IJCAM Dec 2017)
The Successful Treatment of Chronic Pain Using Microcurrent Point Stimulation Applied to Scars
MPS Improved Massage Outcomes 81% (JYP May 2018)
Pain Relieving Benefits of Massage Therapy Compared to Massage Therapy Combined with Microcurrent Point Stimulation
Interested in Participating in One of Our Studies?
We are actively seeking practitioners/facilities to partner with to conduct integrative pain research on MPS Therapy, or individuals/organizations interested in conducting independent research studies on MPS Therapy. If you are interested in participating in one of our integrative pain studies, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!