The enclosed research data which we have
completed, concerning your therapeutic orthotic,
'Flextend', has proven favorable in the treatment
of patients, who present with carpal tunnel
syndrome, epicondylitis and tendonitis.
clinical parameters in testing this orthotic
was both occupational and non-occupational
incidence. The outcome of 20 female and 16
male, were 80.2% for pain reduction following
15 treatments. The overall population resulted
in 74.9% complete recovery. The treatment
was in combination with an adjunct of ultrasound
and sine wave. Thank you for allowing us
the opportunity in performing this study.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY STUDIES(See #2 and #3 on side Menu)
This is only the first portion of the study, and there will be more subjects
added to it. The second portion of the study is currently being conducted at
Pacific University. Note: The
treatment program that was conducted on these subjects
was limited to 3-sets of 10-repetitions 2x daily
3-days a week for only 4- weeks. (The basic FLEXTEND
exercise program is much more aggressive than what
Pacific University used).
Corporate Study 1998 (34-Employees)Balance Systems,
Inc., in association with a large projection / technology
manufacturing company in Wilsonville, Oregon , issued
FLEXTEND® to employees that were performing "high-risk" tasks,
commonly known to cause Cumulative Trauma Disorders
(CTD's) / Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI's) of the
All participants of the study
were employee volunteers experiencing finger,
hand, wrist and elbow symptoms. Hand measurements
were taken and calculated by qualified professionals throughout the 12-week study.