ARDS: Case Study of a Mystery Killer
Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome is a serious lung condition brought on by various diseases and injuries. It kills over 60% of its victims. This case study found that neuropathy triggered ARDS in one 68-year-old patient.
IMS of Muscle Motor Points in the Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Low back pain is the most frequent cause of work loss and health care in modern society. At least 60% of people will suffer from low back pain some time in their lives. Conventional treatments have yielded relatively poor results. How does Intramuscular Stimulation fare in low back pain?
Torticollis: A Graphic Presentation of IMS Treatment Course
Torticollis is a painful condition in the cervical spine associated with sustained rotary deformity in the neck. Photos document one patient’s progress with IMS treatment.
Review of 46 Patients with Chronic Myofascial Pain following Whiplash Injury
Whiplash injury can cause a spectrum of soft tissue damage, ranging from minor ligamentous strain to major disruptions of stabilizing tissues in the neck and entire spine. The most common cause of whiplash-associated disorders (WAD) is rear-end automobile collision, but sporting injuries are also common.