“Multiple Impulse Therapy and Saunders Lumbar Traction Methods in the Treatment of Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial,” conducted by researchers at the Medical University of Łódź in Poland, was published in the Journal of Novel Physiotherapies on November 22, 2017.
You will want to share this clinical study with your patients because it will help you to differentiate your practice. The study concludes: A) The PulStar was more effective than traction in relieving pain. B) The PulStar required fewer treatments to achieve pain relief. C) The PulStar Treatments were pain-free. D) The PulStar treatments were more effective for a longer time than Traction treatment.
This Polish RCT clinical study, which was conducted independently of PulStar and Sense Technology, is one of four recent international studies showing the effectiveness of the PulStar.
Here are four ways you can share these findings with your patients:
- Read the full clinical study so that you can be prepared to discuss it with your patients.
- Print our clinical summary handout and distribute them in your office.
- Share our research on your Facebook. And don’t forget to tag us @PulstarMIT so that we can interact with you!
- Embed PulStar Founder Dr. Evans’ research summary video on your website.