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Scrambler therapy may offer lasting relief for chronic pain, review paper suggests

A new review paper co-authored by two Johns Hopkins pain experts suggests that scrambler therapy, a non-invasive pain treatment, can yield significant relief for approximately 80%–90% of patients with chronic pain, and it may be more effective than another non-invasive therapy: transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS). The write-up was published online July 13 in The New England Journal of Medicine.





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