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.
READ: ARDS: Case Study of a Mystery Killer (PDF)
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?
READ: IMS of Muscle Motor Points in the Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial (PDF)
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.
READ: Torticollis: A Graphic Presentation of IMS Treatment Course (PDF)
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.
READ: Review of 46 Patients with Chronic Myofascial Pain following Whiplash Injury (PDF)