Evaluating the pain relieving benefits of TENS therapy
TENS evidence and published texts
TENS therapy has now been researched for more than 45 years. There are many, many sources of TENS clinical evidence and evaluations of efficacy. The best all-round resource is a text book authored by Mark I Johnson, Professor of Pain and Analgesia at Leeds Metropolitan University. Details are:
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) - Research to support clinical practice; Oxford University Press; 2014
ActivLife pain relief survey - results at a glance
TENS pain relief in depth analysis
A White Paper evaluating TENS Pain Relief has been prepared by our Managing Director, Robyn Murphy B.Sc. Resources included:
- International and Australian physiotherapy, electrotherapy and analgesia text books
- 45 years of world-wide clinical trials and meta-analyses
- 8 years of pain surveys conducted by Bio Electronics
This is a technical paper - but it is relatively easy to read. For a free copy, please complete the below form.
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