The BESTPP Study was coordinated by Prof. Bert Op 'Eijnde, directed by Dr.Sally Sennitt, MD and sponsored by Kingfisher Healthcare, a European healthcare company. Twenty-five patients were recruited from four different countries and were tested in three main endpoints: fatigue, endurance and pain.
BEST had statistically significant positive effects on all three endpoints. The average score for the whole group showed:
In addition, these clinical benefits were maintained during the extension phase of the study.
8 out of 10 patients had a positive response
4 out of 5 patients benefited
7 of 10 subjects had improvement in pain
Bio-Electric Stimulation Therapy is a promising new tool for improving the quality of life for Post-polio patients. There are no known side effects and no known interactions with medicine.
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