Clinical Trial

Clinical trial organized by Paula James

Selection and Conducting of Clinical Trial


We have invited a many participants. More people we get is better to understand and document the results. We will publish findings right here in this page once we will be done.


During the Clinical Trial, some participants may be using a placebo or an inactive massage. Such massage has no effect because this is not real massage induced by electricuty. In some cases, we would want to know whether the massage is good. We will not inform who gets a placebo and who gets the real massage in order to know if the recovery was really effective due to the electric current or not at all.


In case the massage does not yield the desired effect, we will provide a rescue massage.



Information about the Trial Techniques


Radio Frequency and Direct Current facials are widely used in cosmetic industry. They are excellent sources to tighten skin, straight the wrinkles and raise the PH balance of the skin amongst the other benefits.


We are using the same machins are used to help injuries and mental problems like depression to help patients to overcome these problems. The machines are effective becase they provide the electrical tuning to the body.




The Goal

Dear participant:


It is with honor that we invite you to clinical trials. Your involvement may or may not not help address your condition. Or it may help you partially. It is very old technique and we need to understand it better and bring it it back to serve the people.


Your participation in this clinical trial is voluntary. You can freely ask your physician, family, and friends before you can make your final decision in participating in this clinical trial.


Please read carefully this informed consent form, and then decide whether you wish to participate in this clinical trial.



Purpose of Clinical Trial


Human body is electrical. Our heart, brain and nervouse system works on electricity. By introducing the Radio Frequency and Direct Electrical Current in a very small amount-in a form of a gentle massage makes people feel good. These techniques are not new. Most of you have it experienced when at the end of the treatment of electrolysis. Cataphoresis is galvanic treatment and applied it little longer yelds bigger and better results.

Same with radio frequency. Electrolysis itself is a radio frequency but  it is not a probe insertion, it's a gentle massage that does not hurt at all. It's pretty simialar to galvanic treatment.


There were used in old days and despite of them being successful they were discontinued. We have innovate some of the existing techniques and had a really ood results but we need to finalize the findings to address some injuries and mentla problems. Radio Frequency and Direct Current were and are very efficient to treat them.


Radio Frequency and Direct Current massage are widely used in cosmetic procedures. They are harmless and many patients are enjoying the process.

Advantages and Disadvantages


The results from the clinical trial shall be our source to evaluate the progress of the techniques. This shall bear no additional cost from the participant and if successful, the ailment is considered treated without cost. However, we have no absolute prognosis given that the tecniques is in its trial state.





We believe in the right to privacy of any individual including yours. We will not, in all means, disclose your personal information to anyone including when conducting a study about your progress. Any information used shall be relevant and for the purpose of usage for the clinical trial conducted. Names shall not be disclosed to anyone even in abstracts or journals.

We will change the original names for articles or other information sources.

Who to Contact for Questions

If you have questions or concerns with regarding this clinical trial, you can contact:


Name: Paula James

Phone: 248 505 0064


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