KKT spine treatment and its technology has been published in a variety of leading scientific journals including “Spine”, “ The American Journal of Pain Management”, “Global Spine Journal” and have we been invited to speak and present at numerous events, including the “World Forum for Spine Research” in Helsinki Finland. We were also invited to present at the very first “International Orthopedic Conference” in China.
Our research methods, controls, outcome measures and ethical standards have been thoroughly vetted and published the world over. To learn more, or read excerpts of our published studies, please click the “Research” link on the webpage.
- In this study, the intervertebral discs were studied and given, specific, non-invasive vibrations at varying frequencies and amplitudes to determine their therapeutic effect on expression of mRNA of the disc proteins Aggrecan, Versican, Decorin, Collagen Type I and II as well as Biglycan.
- Results show significant upregulation of the genes for Aggrecan, Versican and CollagenType I.
- A healthy disc has a high content of Aggrecan, Collagen Type I and Versican in the nucleus pulposus (the jelly-like cushion between the vertebrae). Therefore, increasing these proteins through stimulating the specific genes with KKT would be expected to correlate with tissue restoration or repair.
- Back and neck pain intervention based on the application of specific amplitudes and frequencies is no longer a pipedream. Through KKT, patients suffering from degenerative disc disease and disc related pain need not suffer unnecessarily. KKT is cleared for use by the FDA, Health Canada and European Commission.
SPINAL INTERVENTION EFFICACY
ON CORRECTING CERVICAL VERTEBRAL AXES OF ROTATION AND THE RESULTING IMPROVEMENTS IN PAIN, DISABILITY AND PSYCHOSOCIAL MEASURES
- This is a single blinded, sham controlled study and was conducted to assess KKT efficacy using the “Mean Axes of Rotation” of cervical vertebrae as a measure.
- There were 4 outcome measures to assess improvement in the Cervical Spine.
- Re-positioning of cervical vertebrae
- Neck Pain
- Neck Disability Index
- Psycho-Social Assessment
- The results showed that KKT treatment improved neck pain, disability , psycho-social measures and biomechanics.
- This was a clear biomechanical (structural and functional) evidence of spinal re-alignment and KKT’s ability to improve both neck pain and disability.
NON-INVASIVE INTERVENTION CORRECTS
BIOMECHANICS AND UPREGULATES DISC GENES FOR LONG-TERM SPINAL HEALTH
- Human trial with a control group utilizing KKT treatment applied to cervical joints reported positive outcomes on their pain and disability index.
- KKT corrected the vast majority of the initially abnormal vertebral positions.
- Significant improvements in both pain and disability were reported.
- KKT significantly improved pain and disability over sham group.
- These results suggest that KKT is a safe and effective treatment for chronic pain over the course of the typical treatment period.
USING KHAN KINETIC TREATMENT AS A LOW BACK PAIN TREATMENT OPTION
In this study, 48 subjects self-reported on their functional assessment, completed a questionnaire on their lumbo-pelvic pain and pain medication dose which were used to measure outcomes.
Compared to a control group, the treatment group lowered self reported LBP and showed stronger positive trend to lower their pain medication dose.
When compared to control group, initial results suggest that KKT may be an effective means of treating LBP.