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Research Results Brochure
A Macquarie University Centre For Health & Chiropractic Randomised Control Pilot Study On The Use of ENAR
Extract: “ENAR has been successful in…..
- Providing both short & long term reductions in neck pain intensity.
- Providing short & long term improvement in patient specific function.
- Causing clinically observable reductions in neck disability.
- Providing both short and long term improvements in both physical and psychological parameters.”
- Research Results Brochure PDF 504KB
ENAR Research Published Results
Yes the ENAR Research – Peer Reviewed and Fully Published!! Macquarie University has been through the lengthy process to enable the ENAR Research to be published in the global medical lierature.
ENAR – Pain relief that’s fast and lasts
Tara Stevermuer (MAppStat), Centre for Health Service Development,
University of Wollongong.
Extract : “ SO, IN BROAD SUMMARY…
ENAR is found to be a cost-effective, long lasting treatment for chronic neck pain. The pilot study discussed here however is the first Western university randomised control trial of this type of therapy/technology. It does demonstrate the effectiveness of ENAR for both short term and long term pain relief and for functional and general health improvement.”
- Pain relief that’s fast and lasts PDF 256KB
Macquarie University Press Release
New technique brings hope for chronic pain sufferers
March 3, 2005 A Macquarie University research team is using a pain treatment device first developed for the Russian Space Program to treat chronic neck pain, with remarkable results in a clinical trial. For the past 12 months, Macquarie University chiropractic PhD student Andrew Vitiello has been testing the Electrode Neuroadaptive Regulator (ENAR)
- Macquarie University Press Release PDF 16KB
ENAR Research Poster
The aim of the study was to study the longer-term effects of ENAR therapy on a randomly selected group (n=24) of patients suffering from non-complicated chronic neck pain. Following a 12 visit treatment protocol (6 weeks) of either ENAR, TENS or Placebo treatment, the cohort was followed for a further period of 18 weeks in order to assess the effects of each therapy using a variety of subjective and objective outcome measures.
- ENAR Research Poster PDF 1.6MB