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Caesarean Section Research

We are pleased to announce that we have now conducted and completed TWO research projects into the efficacy of MSTR® and Caesarean Section scars.

Both projects were conducted at The Newcastle Clinic, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K., using GE’s Soniq S8 real-time ultrasound imaging scanner.


GE’s Soniq S8 ultrasound scanner

Working alongside The Newcastle Clinic’s Consultant Radiologist Dr Peddada Raju we sought to determine changes in Caesarean Section scar tissue size and vascularity and if post-treatment analysis of these changes could be imaged and recorded.

The preliminary study involved three test subjects with Caesarean section scars. We were delighted to see that average scar size reduced on average by around 33% in one 15 minute treatment. We also recorded improved vascularity both around and INTO the scar – where no vascularity was previously seen. We hope you are as excited as we are at confirming  the effect of MSTR®. Due to these measurable changes we have created a solid foundation to our work. Download your FREE copy of this report HERE. We hope you will reciprocate by making a donation towards our ongoing research…


Latest results now available here!

The second phase of research at The Newcastle Clinic sought to replicate the preliminary project using a larger group of NINE subjects. Download these latest research findings below.


We want to continue research into MSTR® as we have much more to explore. If you would like to support our next project please use the button below to donate any amount you choose.

100% of money donated will be used towards further investigation.

Please use the ‘Donate’ button to make your contribution. Thank you.


Alastair McLoughlin



DOWNLOAD –  MSTR research results June 15th 2019

DOWNLOAD –  MSTR research results October 26th 2019

DOWNLOAD – MSTR Comparative Results – July 2019


MSTR® Research Team – June 15th – 2019






About The Newcastle Clinic:

The Newcastle Clinic opened in 2007 offering MRI scans and Imaging services across the North East of England. In 2010 they invested heavily in new MRI scan equipment and installed the North East and Scotlands only open MRI scanner. The installation of the 30 tonne scanner involved closing a public road whilst it was manoeuvred over the rooftops of local housing using a 300 tonne crane. Once the crane was on the premises, two walls had to be demolished to slide it into its final position inside the Newcastle Clinic.

The scanner was first commissioned for use in 2011 and led to high demand with approximately 1000 scans carried out in the first year. As the demand for a more relaxed and comfortable MRI scan has increased, numbers have risen to over 2500 scans per year with people travelling from all areas of the North East, North Yorkshire and Scotland.

The Newcastle Clinic is a private hospital but is open to NHS patients who are claustrophobic, anxious or unable to fit into a traditional MRI scanner. Newcastle Clinic offers one of the most up to date Ultrasound imaging systems in the North of England.

They provide their patients greater comfort and shorter examination times, and offer consultants a wide range of applications and diagnostic tools.

Ultrasound images have proven to be a good method of guiding minimally invasive procedures. Ultrasound scanner images are used to examine the body in order to detect problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and soft tissue. The images will demonstrate movement, function and anatomy, and will allow consultants to analyse conditions and assess damage after an injury or illness.

Ultrasound scanning is also a good method of examining the body’s internal organs, including the heart, liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, kidneys and bladder. The scans help in determining the sources of pain, swelling or infection from which a patient may suffer. Since the Ultrasound images are captured in real time, they demonstrate movement of internal tissues and organs, and allow consultants to observe the patient’s blood flow and heart valve functions.

The versatility of our Ultrasound scanner helps to diagnose many conditions including damage after a heart attack or other illness. Gallstones and kidney stones are easily spotted. Ultrasound scans will identify fluid, cysts, tumours, abscess in the abdomen or liver and it will also detect impaired blood flow from clots or arteriosclerosis in the legs.

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