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《Chinese Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation》 2004-11
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Curative effect of nonoperative therapy for the lumbar disc herniation

Jai-Fu Zhang,Wen-Hua ChenJai-Fu Zhang,Wen-Hua Chen,Department of Chinese Massage,Shanghai First Peopl e's Hospital,Shanghai 200080,China  
AIM:To analyze the short-term curative effect of nonoperative therapy on the lumbar disc herniation(LDH).METHODS:Totally 165 patients with LDH were divided into traction group,massage group and massage plus functional exercise group in terms of randomized blocks and single blind according to the hospitalization time.The short-term curative effect was evaluated after two periods of treatment.RESULTS:All of the three groups showed significant difference in the integrals of lumbar function assessment before and after treatment(t=4.905,18.421,18.139, P 0.01).After treatment,the massage group and the massage plus functional exerc ise group showed significant difference in the integrals of lumbar function asse ssment compared with the traction group (t=6.464,6.453,P 0.01);while the massag e group showed no significant difference in the integrals of lumbar function ass essment compared with that in the massage plus function exercise group(t=0.021,P 0.05).The markedly effective rate in the massage group showed no obvious diffe rence compared with massage plus function-exercise group,while significant diff erence was found in the average treatment time(t=2.424,P 0.05);the markedly eff ective rate in the massage group(massage plus function-exercise group) was sign ificantly different from that in the traction group(χ2=8.359,P 0.01).CONCLUSION:Massage combined with function-exercise is the efficient way to tr eat LDH.
【CateGory Index】: R681.53
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