Clinical Studies

Clinical Studies

Several independent clinical studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals, such as “Arch Phys Med Rehabil” and “Stroke”. Below you will find a number of these in summary and in photocopy. The studies show effectiveness of the technique compared to control groups using regular therapy, electrical stimulation or no treatment. Most of the studies included patients between 6 months and 14 years post-stroke, subjects
were motivated and cognitively intact, and the findings were:

  • The time since the stroke did not impact effectiveness
  • Results were independent of age, side and nature of stroke
  • Results were independent of age, side and nature of stroke
  • Improvements were in form of improved strength, range-of-motion, reduced spasticity and tone, flexibility,
    and motor capability in general. Regular therapy and electrical stimulation was less than half as effective

Clinical Study Selection

Please make your selection from the below list: