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Multiple Sclerosis News TodayTreatments with Electrical Nerve Stimulation Ease Pain in Small Trial

Forty patients with MS and neuropathic pain were randomized to TENS or interferential current (IFC) five days a week for four weeks. Average self-rated pain and neuropathic pain decreased significantly following both interventions. MusiQol scores improved significantly following TENS or IFC. However, the TENS arm showed significant improvements in more domains than IFC on the MusiQol scale.

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