If you are one of the 115 million Americans that suffer from chronic pain, then you likely know how overwhelming and frustrating it can be to find solutions that provide pain relief.
Fortunately, there is good news and reason for hope. New data shows improvements among 1,420 patients who completed Renuva’s non-surgical and drug-free CoreCare™ treatments.
83% of patients reported an improvement in how their pain was affecting their ability to function
(do everyday activities) and their mood (psychosocial status)**
69% of patients reported an improvement in their ability to sit or stand**
Patients reported an average 76% reduction in their need to use pain medication to control
Patients reported an average 84% reduction in their need to see doctors for their pain.**
Patients reported an average 70% reduction in their pain interfering with recreational activities
and hobbies that are important to them.**
Patients reported an average 77% reduction in feeling depressed, tense or anxious as
a result of their pain.**
*Results based on patients who completed the Pain Disability Questionnaire (PDQ) before and after
completing Renuva's CoreCare treatments. “The PDQ is the psychometric tool of
choice for assessing pain” as cited in the American Medical Association‘s Guides, Sixth Editions. Data
was collected between 2011 and 2016, across ﬁve Renuva clinics in four different states.
The PDQ was specifically developed for evaluating clinical outcomes in a population of patients with disabling
musculoskeletal disorders, primarily involving the spine. Unlike many other measures, this instrument is designed
for any musculoskeletal disorders, rather than low back pain alone. Psychosocial variables, which have been
shown to play an integral role in the development and maintenance of chronic disability, are also a component of
**Averages based on patients that reported an improvement.