A Macquarie University Centre For Health & Chiropractic Randomised Control Pilot Study On The Use of ENAR

Project Aims

  • To evaluate ENAR as a treatment alternative to an already established protocol (TENS).
  • To target people with chronic neck pain as participants
  • To evaluate ENAR’s effectiveness compared to both a TENS device and a control (SHAM) treatment
  • To evaluate the ENAR therapy using both subjective and objective measurements in a controlled and consistent environment

Macquarie University Research Pain Scale

Research Project conclusion

“ 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.”