Counterstrain manipulation in the treatment of restless legs syndrome: A pilot single-blind randomized controlled trial; the CARL Trial

@inproceedings{Peters2012CounterstrainMI,
  title={Counterstrain manipulation in the treatment of restless legs syndrome: A pilot single-blind randomized controlled trial; the CARL Trial},
  author={Theo Peters and Roderic Macdonald and Carolyn Ann Leach},
  year={2012}
}
Objective A single-blind randomised controlled trial was conducted to test the efficacy of Longden’s counterstrain technique for restless legs syndrome (RLS) and the feasibility of the trial methodology. Methods Participants were adults with moderate to severe and persistent RLS, randomized to receive either active or control intervention. The control intervention (B) involved Counterstrain manipulation applied to the lower half of the body. The active intervention (A) was identical to the… CONTINUE READING

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