Shoulder Pain

 100 patient clinical trial

A Clinical Study of the Effects of the Nerve Mobilizer (Body Phyx) on Shoulder Pain and Function

Body phyx moves the pain away

The clinical trial demonstrated the hypothesis that:

“If neural tension is a significant component of shoulder pain, then addressing the neural tension will contribute to improved outcomes.”

(Neural tension is a mechanical problem that limits the nerve’s ability to glide and slide with movement. It is commonly caused by an old injury, repeated movement or repeated compression such as heel pain, arthritis or tendonitis.)

Overall, the results of the clinical trial strongly suggests that therapy with the Body Phyx physical therapy device does cause movement of the neural tissues to resolve shoulder pain. The study data also show that Body Phyx causes gliding and sliding of the median nerve. The median nerve is the source of pain in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Study participants had an 85% reduction in pain in 6 visits. The participants treated with standard physical therapy had a 25% reduction in symptoms in 6 visits.

Nerve/Mobilization/Body Phyx Results in Reduced Shoulder Pain: A Randomized, Controlled Trial

Pain reduction from Body phyx treatment

Every participant in the test group showed reduction in pain levels, averaging 85% compared to 25% in the Control Group with 23 of the 47 test group participants reporting total elimination of all pain.

Body phyx treatment 

The Results...Amazing Outcomes!

"Thank you so very much for teaching and training me to have a stronger, more upright, realigned body. Thanks for giving me a more optimistic attitude about aging and keeping strong and healthy. Thanks for the encouragement and laughs.
I appreciated the friendliness, helpfulness, and encouragement offered by all your staff. It was a pleasure talking and working with them! I was also impressed by the cleanliness of your office, and the respect of privacy offered by curtains at each station.
May God continue to bless you so you can touch many more people with your strong determined positive teachings and therapy.
R.P."

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