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Control Study of Therapeutic Effects of Using Tiaokou through Chengshan with Activing Shoulder Joint on Periarthritis of Shoulder Freezing TermCN

徐森磊

南京中医药大学

Abstract:Objective:To compare therapeutic effects of Using Tiaokou through Chengshan(BL57)with activing shoulder joint on periarthritis of shoulder.Methods:The patients were all from the National Medical College of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.A total of 60 patients were enrolled.According to the time sequence of patients entering the study.60 cases was divided into a acupuncture+motion group and an acupuncture group,30 cases in each group.Same acupoints and manipulation were selected in the two groups Acupuncture+motion group actived shoulder joint,and acupuncture group did not do it.The patient was treated once every two days.There were two courses of treatment in total,5 times for a course.The VAS scores,Melle scores and ADL scores of the two groups were observed before and after treatment.The data were analyzed with SPSS24.0.Results:There was no significant difference in age,sex,course of disease between the two groups(P>0.05),indicating that the general data of the two groups were comparable.The VAS scores of the two groups before and after treatment were compared:There was no significant difference in the VAS score between the two groups before acupuncture(P>0.05).The VAS scores of both groups after the first treatment were lower than those before treatment(all P<0.05),indicating that both groups had immediate analgesic effect;there was no significant difference in VAS scores between the two groups after the first treatment(P>0.05),indicating that there was no difference in immediate analgesic effect between the acupuncture+motion group and acupuncture group.The VAS score of the Acupuncture+motion group before the second treatment was lower than that before acupuncture(P<0.05),but there was no significant difference in VAS score between the acupuncture groups and before acupuncture.It shows that the Acupuncture+motion group has a sustained analgesic effect after one treatment.The VAS scores of both groups were lower after treatment than before acupuncture(all P<0.05),indicating that after one course of treatment,both groups had analgesic effect.There was significant difference in VAS scores between the two groups after treatment(P<0.05),indicating that the analgesic effect of the Acupuncture+motion after one course of treatment was stronger than that of the acupuncture groupComparison of Melle scores between two groups before and after treatmentThere was no significant difference in the Melle score between the two groups before acupuncture(P>0.05).There was no significant difference in the Melle score between the two groups before treatment(P>0.05).The Melle score of both groups was significantly lower than that before acupuncture after treatment(all P<0.05),indicating that both groups could improve the activity of shoulder joint after one course of treatment.The Melle score of the Acupuncture+motion group was significantly lower than that of the acupuncture group(P<0.05).indicating that the improvement of shoulder joint activity of the Acupuncture+motion group was better than that of the acupuncture group after one course of treatment.Comparison of ADL scores between two groups before and after treatment:There was no significant difference in the ADL score between the two groups before acupuncture(P>0.05).There was no significant difference in the ADL score between the two groups before treatment(P>0.05).The ADL score of both groups was significantly lower than that before acupuncture after treatment(all P<0.05),indicating that both groups could improve the activity of daily living after one course of treatment.The ADL score of the Acupuncture+motion group was significantly lower than that of the acupuncture group(P<0.05),indicating that the improvement of activity of daily living of the Acupuncture+motion group was better than that of the acupuncture group after one course of treatment.Conclusion:Tiaokou through Chengshan with activing shoulder joint was superior to without activing shoulder joint on therapeutic effect of periarthritis of shoulder.
  • Series:

    (E) Medicine & Public Health

  • Subject:

    Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • Classification Code:

    R246.9

Tutor:

顾一煌;

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