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Research 2017-09-29T11:29:51+00:00

Integrative Pain Research

The following 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.

DC Electroacupuncture Effects on Scars and Sutures of a Patient with Postconcussion Pain

Microcurrent Point Stimulation Applied to Acupuncture Points for the Treatment of Non-Specific Lower Back Pain

Microcurrent Point Stimulation Applied to Lower Back Acupuncture Points for the Treatment of Nonspecific Neck Pain

Detailed Autonomic Nervous System Analysis of Microcurrent Point Stimulation Applied to Battlefield Acupuncture Protocol

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

Additional Research

The effectiveness of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and acupuncture-like transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (ALTENS) in the treatment of patients with chronic low back pain

MPS Stimulation Combined with Physical Therapy Improves Outcomes

Interested in Participating in One of Our Studies?

We are always looking for 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. We have two primary categories that we are currently exploring: the affects of MPS Therapy on specific indications, and MPS Therapy as compared with different modalities.

MPS Therapy as Applied to Specific Indications

  • Scar Tissue
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Neural Disorders
  • And more

MPS Therapy as Compared to Different Modalities

  • MPS vs. Traditional TENS
  • MPS vs. Massage Therapy
  • MPS vs. Traditional Physical Therapy
  • MPS vs. Laser Therapy
  • MPS vs. Neural Therapy
  • And more

If you are interested in participating in one of our integrative pain studies, and would like to receive a research kit, which includes consent and data collection forms, please contact us. You may also contact us if you have a research topic other than the ones listed above that you believe may be of interest to us. Additionally, if you are interested in conducting your own, independent integrative pain research study and require further information from us, please contact our office and we will apply to you as quickly as possible.

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