Medication and the Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis Pain

Greg Evans January 15th, 2015

Interesting article out today discussing the lack of pain relief from Acetaminophen. ┬áThis has been our experience as well. ┬áTaking medication that doesn’t always work can be harmful over time. http://www.news4jax.com/news/acetaminophen-least-effective-for-treating-knee-osteoarthritis-pain/30538602

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Because No One Should Live in Pain

Martin Brown April 11th, 2014

The AcuKnee System is different from TENS for many reasons, the first being our AcuKnee Electrotherapy technology is completely reconfigured with a proprietary sequence and frequency. In addition, our device comes with the only OTC HAN frequency mode. There is a high cost associated with meeting FDA OTC requirements and manufacturing to non-standard specifications. Our […]

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KOOS Study

Martin Brown March 10th, 2014

A word about our knee pain data: The KOOS test. Patients and customers frequently ask us what the KOOS test is and how we collect our data. KOOS is an acronym for Knee Osteoarthritis Outcome Score. It is a reliable and highly validated measure of knee pain and function. We have been collecting data for […]

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Successful Electrotherapy for Arthritis

Martin Brown January 31st, 2014

Arthritis in the United States affects nearly 46 million Americans. The biggest challenge most individuals face is treating the pain and inflammation associated with the disease. Arthritis sufferers who experience significant pain find it hard to be productive and carry on normal lives. In addition, effective treatment options are wide and in most cases, ineffective. […]

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