Is there research to support the effectiveness of Tenex® ESA?
The effectiveness of Tenex® ESA has been verified in five separate studies conducted by independent researchers. Engineering studies conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and at HAKO Research Laboratories, concluded that Tenex® ESA reduces migratory vibrations by 50-70 percent. Clinical testing found a measurable improvement in players’ strength and power attributable to a reduction in inhibition caused by pain. Trial tests of Tenex® ESA on subjects suffering from tennis elbow revealed a dramatic improvement in their condition, and in some cases, complete elimination of the symptoms.
Dr. J. Karl Hendrick,
President Sport Dynamic Laboratory,
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. G. P. Krebs Ph.D. Director of Research for Hako Research & Engineering,
Bio-mechanical Department Director of Research for Alternative Energy Ltd.
Head Department & Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics, Laval University, Quebec, Canada
Technical Consultant for:
- Research Department of Nomadic Silviculture Ltd.
- Wilson and Morgesten
BC Research - University of British Columbia
John Patrick Mann, MD, B.Sc.,
Professor - School Of Kinesiology UIC Faculty of Applied Sciences And Mechanical Engineering (FASME)
Bill Reichelt, Head Trainer, B.C. Lions Football Club and Athletic Therapist
Dr. J. Rideout, B.Sc. University of British Columbia,
M.D. CM - McGill University,
Certification, Canadian College of Family Practice,
Organizing physician for the 1987 Davies Federation tennis Cup
Gordon Mackenzie Study Coordinator
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