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Effect of E10 on Relief of Cervical Myalgia; One Group Pre-Post, Pilot Trial Study
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Effect of E10 on Relief of Cervical Myalgia; One Group Pre-Post, Pilot Trial Study
Jung, Dong-Hoon; Kim, Hye-Jung; Kim, Jung-Sup; Lee, Gui-Sun; Park, Won-Hyung; Cha, Yun-Yeop;
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 Abstract
Objectives The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficacy of E10 on the relief of cervical myalgia. Methods This study is a one group pre-post, pilot trial test. After the approval of institutional review board (IRB), we have recruited 25 patients suffering from cervical myalgia. 23 patients (2 patients dropped out) was treated by using E10 on the cervical muscle and acupuncture points, three times a week for a total of two weeks from February 2016 to April 2016. Evaluations of VAS for bothersomeness of neck pain (VASB), VAS for pain intensity (VASP), NDI, SF-36, X-ray, thermography, etc. before and 1 week after treatment were carried out. The primary outcome measure was the VASB, measured 1 week after the end of the therapy. Results VASB scores was significantly decreased from to . VASP scores was significantly decreased from to . Results showed significant improvements in VASB, VASP, NDI, SF-36 from the baseline. However, in X-ray, thermography, there was no singnificant difference. Conclusions This study demonstrates the effectiveness of E10 treatment for relieving cervical myalgia.
 Keywords
Craniosacral therapy;VAS;Cervical myalgia;
 Language
Korean
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