RESEARCH

Taopatch Research Conducted At Major Universities

Over the last 7 years we've had the opportunity to test Taopatch with our network of 1,800 doctors, dozens of sports teams, thousands of patients, and several studies. Below are some of the scientific studies we've conducted.

University/Organization Study Link

Institut National de l'Information Scientifique et Technique

Nano-technological devices in degenerative cerebral pathologies. Prospective study on 28 patients with multiple sclerosis.

University of Palermo

Nanotechnology and Posture, from research to practical applications. Study with placebo comparison, control group on subjects with multiple sclerosis.

International Journal of Biomedical Materials Research

Improvement of Postural Reprogramming by a Nanotechnology Device.

Polytechnic of Milan

Effects of nanotechnologies-based devices on postural control in healthy subjects. Double-blind randomized study.

University of Turin

Use of Taopatch nanotechnology for dental care in HCP subjects.

Sapienza University of Rome

Can nanotechnology change postural balance? Double blind randomized study on a group of competitive dancers.

Not published online

University of Milan

Certification of non-release of chemical substances.

Not published online

University of Sassari

The effects of nanotechnology in postural reprogramming. Cross-over study with short and medium term wash-out and study replicated months later with long-term wash-out.

Not published online

Sapienza University of Rome

Effects of nanotechnology devices, applied on a combination of acupoints, on postural control in healthy subjects. Pilot study conducted through stabilometric evaluation.

Not published online

Kyoto Pharmaceutical Association

Test for non-release of chemicals or loss of mass by the Taopatch device subjected to thermal stress.

Not published online

The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness

Performance, balance and posture variations with Occlusal Splint and Taopatch® devices. A retrospettive cross-over study

The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness

Effects of nanotechnology-based devices on postural control in healthy subjects

Science Publishing Group

Improvement of Postural Reprogramming by a Nanotechnology Device

Science Publishing Group

Improvement of Antioxidative Defense of Cells Exposed to Radio Frequencies by a Nanotechnology Device

University of Pisa

Integration between Nanotechnology and Posture

Not published online

Università degli studi di Urbino “Carlo Bo”

Variation of performance, balance and posture in a group of physically active individuals in relation with the use of an occlusal bite and Taopatch devices

Not published online