Disc IssuesUpdated 10 months ago
While back pain is unique case-to-case, the body’s fundamental muscle, bone and joint structure are highly similar. When your improving the function and health of the musculoskeletal system you will always experience positive results.
Here is a study - "Clinical effects of electrical stimulation therapy on lumbar disc herniation-induced sciatica and its influence on peripheral ROS level" --"the difference was statistically significant (p<0.05), indicating that the electrical stimulation therapy can effectively reduce the pain degree of patients with lumbar disc herniation-induced sciatica and improve the peripheral ROS level, thus promoting the recovery of patients."
"In conclusion, in the treatment of lumbar disc herniation-induced sciatica, electrical stimulation therapy can effectively reduce the pain degree, relieve the clinical symptoms and signs, improve the peripheral ROS level and prevent the oxidative damage of myocardial tissues and other complications, so it is worthy of clinical application and promotion."
(You can read the full study on the government's website with the citation links provided in our "Clinical Studies" Tab) Hope this helps! https://getneuromd.com/pages/clinical-studies