Research

We are pleased to announce that the first medical research project into MSTR® will be conducted in the summer of 2019 in the UK.

We have already completed a small, preliminary pilot study and the results are so outstanding that it has prompted us to undertake a larger study which will follow in the next few months.

The preliminary pilot study was 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 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 C-section scars. We were delighted to see that scar size reduced on average by around 50% 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® and that we now have an evidence-based foundation to our work. Download your FREE copy of this research report HERE. We hope you will reciprocate by making a donation towards the next phase of our research…

We now plan to undertake a larger study using both ultrasound imaging and shear wave elastography to measure MSTR®.

The next phase of research at The Newcastle Clinic seeks to replicate the preliminary project using a larger group of thirty C-section subjects.

But I cannot fund this larger project myself. I need your help. We need to finalise costings for this larger study and this will be available very soon.

If you would like to support this project please use the button below to donate any amount towards the initial research project target of GBP£10,000. 

All money donated will be used towards this research project.

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




Sincerely

Alastair McLoughlin

MSTR® Research Team – June 15th – 2019