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BodyTalk Research Study for Chronic Pain Treatment 

Published in the Yearbook of Pain Management 2014

An initial clinical research study titled Evaluation of BodyTalk, a novel mind-body medicine, for chronic pain treatment, has been published in April 2015 in the "Yearbook of Pain Management 2014" by Nova Science Publishers . This is a pilot research study looking at the efficacy of BodyTalk for chronic pain treatment with statistically significant results for pain reduction and related emotional factors such as anxiety, depression, fatigue and quality of life.

"This study is a pilot investigation of BodyTalk for treatment of chronic pain using a blinded, controlled study design... To evaluate BodyTalk efficacy, subjects reported on their pain level and other associated health and emotional factors throughout the treatment protocol using the quantitative and extensively validated PROMIS system of self-reporting instruments."

​Journal of Pain Management 2015;7(4):279

"Fatigue, overall physical and mental health showed significance in the pooled treatment group data. This initial evaluation of BodyTalk suggests that this mind-body CAM [complimentary and alternative medicine] system is effective in reducing pain level as well as emotional symptoms associated with long-term chronic pain."

Journal of Pain Management 2015;7(4):279

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