“Multiple Impulse Therapy in the Assessment of Paraspinal Muscle Tone in Patients with Low Back Pain,” conducted by researchers at the Medical University of Łódź in Poland, was published in Ortopedia Traumatologia Rehabilitacja in August 2016.
If you’ve never considered multiple impulse therapy, it’s not too late to help save your hands from the wear and tear of the chiropractic profession—plus, PulStar multiple impulse therapy has been found to get patients out of pain more effectively than most other treatments.
In fact, at the conclusion of this study, the authors found, “Multiple Impulse Therapy (MIT) is an effective and non-invasive method of back pain treatment. MIT significantly reduces paraspinal muscle tone, as confirmed by sEMG results.”
This Polish clinical study, which was conducted independently of PulStar and Sense Technology, is one of four recent international clinical studies that found the PulStar to be effective. Get our full research bundle to learn more—or, if you are a PulStar DC, use the bundle to show your patients how you use evidence-based chiropractic.