Welcome to your CES/MET Certification

Please fill out your contact information and complete the test. There are 20 total questions, each worth 5 points. To pass, you must get a score of at least 70. There is no time limit, however, you are only allowed one attempt.

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Ligands (informational substances) activate receptors to send specific instructions into cells. Microcurrent electrical therapy (MET) and cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) may be able to:
Which of the following outcomes would not be expected from the use of CES:
A cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) treatment should leave the patient:
Avoid doing a CES treatment:
The majority of the published research is focused on:
Ms. JS was referred from her primary physician for depression. Her history includes widespread pain, fatigue, poor sleep, irritable bowel syndrome, and an absence of structural tissue pathology. Suspecting central sensitivity syndrome (fibromyalgia), you prescribe cranial electrotherapy stimulation. During the last 5 minutes of the 20 minute procedure, JS complains that she is feeling groggy, heavy and disoriented.

Based on these symptoms you should:
Which step is not included in the 5 step pain protocol:
Which of the following statements is true:
A primary care physician prescribes a course of cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) for an aggressive patient who is on several meds, including Medication X. After a week of daily treatments the patient develops nausea, fatigue, weight gain, sleepiness, nervousness, dry mouth, and blurred vision.

Based on these symptoms he/she should:
Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) is primarily indicated for the treatment of:
Which is true regarding scientific studies of CES:
The main factors influencing the results of a MET treatment are:
Immediately before treating pain with microcurrent electrical therapy (MET), you should always:
The most researched and effective frequency for both CES and MET is:
98% of neuronal communication occurs:
CES potentiates (adds to) and is complementary with which of the following therapies:
Following the basic pain treatment strategy for microcurrent electrical therapy, the electrodes are usually placed:
Recent research has shown strong associations between chronic pain and:
Microcurrent electrical therapy (MET) has been shown to improve:
Electroencephalographic (qEEG) studies have shown CES to improve: