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Interventions of Korean Medicine for Hip Pain: A Literature Review of Case Studies

고관절 통증에 대한 한의학적 치료: 증례연구의 문헌적 분석

  • Received : 2016.12.25
  • Accepted : 2017.01.15
  • Published : 2017.01.31

Abstract

Objectives This study aimed to review case studies on interventions of Korean medicine for hip pain. Methods We searched seven electronic databases for relevant studies up to Oct 2016. Case studies of Korean medicine interventions for hip pain were included and analysed. Results 15 case studies were included (Korean databases; n=15) and Total number of patients was 17 cases. A total of 13 types of interventions were reported, of which acupuncture (93.3%), herbal medicine (80.0%) and pharmacopuncture (40.0%) were the most frequently used. GB30 (66.7%), LR3 (41.7%), BL36 (33.3%) and ST31 (33.3%) were used in at least 4 papers. Cheongpa-jeon (25.0%) and symptom change (46.7%) were most frequently used in herbal medicine and outcome measure respectively. Conclusions Clinical studies, especially double-blinded randomized controlled trials, of Korean medicine interventions for hip pain must be conducted to obtain definite conclusions.

Keywords

case studies;hip pain;Korean medicine;literature review

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