“Evaluations show an overwhelming dominance of favorable replies regarding improved posture and reduction in meds among PTX subjects. Non-PTX clients tended to respond unfavorably to questions regarding posture and medication use.”
EMPLOYEE PAIN RELIEF REPORT
- Study within one of largest semi-conductor companies in the world – thousands of employees,
- Study included a Principal Investigator, Sub-Investigators, and Statistical Analysis conducted by John C. Pezzullo, Ph.D. Georgetown University Medical Center
- The purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy of system-delivered Postural Therapy, relative to a heterogeneous mixture of subject-selected alternatives, in producing improvements in the physical condition of subjects.
- The study involved adult males and females, age 20–80, who were employees of one company, and who required therapy for various symptoms. Study compared the pre-to-post-treatment changes in symptom severity and other related factors.
Statistical Analysis Report for Study
A Comparison of Postural Therapy Delivered from Patented Technology
All Other Available Treatments Requiring Therapy for Headaches, Cervical, Shoulder, Thoracic, Lumbar, Hip, Knee, Nerve Referral Down Arm(s), Nerve Referral Down Leg(s), Foot, or Ankle Symptoms.
Other treatment options included MD’s (General Practitioner or Orthopedic Doctor) and diagnostic tests (MRI, X-ray, CT scans), Chiropractor, Physical Therapist, Prescription Meds, OTC Meds, Orthotic Devices, Injections, Surgeries (all).