As a physician who is also an aging athlete, he offers some unique perspective on his experience with NuorKor's MiTouch device.
There is growing evidence of the efficacy of peripheral nerve stimulation and its use for postoperative pain management. This randomized double-blind, controlled trial involving 42 subjects showed that the technology can be used safely as adjunct analgesic therapy after surgery.
"I was unable to take my dog for a walk. I've been in significant pain and the NuroKor MiTouch made such a difference being able to walk and move again."
Matt and NuroKor's John Nycz talk in depth about Matt's own outcomes with a nagging elbow injury, and why bioelectronics can have a profound impact on training for elite athletes.
That's Gotta Hurt John Nycz, with NuroKor, had the pleasure of speaking with Mike McGlothlin. Matt McGlothlin is NuroKor-USA's Director, Physician and Clinical Channels, and Mike's son. We sent him a MiTouch unit before Christmas for pain. I mean ... look at Mike's Knee! Both of the McGlothlin's both played college football. Mike played three years after his first knee surgery. It was in 1970 before doctors adopted arthroscopic tools. Mike and I discuss his use of PNS (Peripheral Nerve Stimulation) for pain, microcurrent, and how he will use NMS (Neuromuscular Stimulation) to build up the quadriceps pre-operatively. The story behind the x-ray is fascinating. As an "active consumer of orthopedic surgical services" myself, Mike and I dove deep into how the bone-on-bone caused the formation...