족부 무지외반증 수술 후 후유증 치험 1례

Jung, Soo-Jung;Park, Kyung-Mi;Song, Yu-Rim;Cho, Seong-Hee;Yang, Seung-Jeong;Ma, Young-Hun

  • 투고 : 2015.04.25
  • 심사 : 2015.05.08
  • 발행 : 2015.05.29


Objectives : This study aims to report the effect of Korean medicine treatments on a sequela of operation of hallux valgus. Methods : The patient was treated with Dangkisoosan-gami, Acupuncture treatment including Herbal-Acupuncture and physical therapy. We evaluated treatment effects by circumference of foot and ankle, Edema index score by Body Composition Analyzer, Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) and Visual Analogue Scale (VAS). Results : After 25 days of treatment, the symptoms such as lower extremity edema, foot pain and ankle pain were improved. Conclusions : In this case, Korean medicine treatments for a sequela of operation of hallux valgus was effective. But further studies are required to confirm the effect of these methods.


Hallux Valgus;Lower extremity edema;Visual analogue scale (VAS);Dangkisoosan-gami


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