카이로 프랙틱과 근육자극요법이 요통환자의 주관적 통증에 미치는 연구결과
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- Backache is a commonly experienced among men, women, old or young. With the society becoming more specialised and professionalised, many people are forced to stay in one position therefore stressing their back and spine, causing spasms and pain. This, in addition to patient's socio-economic problems, reduces the quality of life therefore a pragmatic and important problem.
Therefore, the current research aims to find out which affects patients' reduction of pain and satisfaction between chiropractic and muscle stimulation. The sample for this research are current patients in hospitals or alternative medical centre and were diagnosed to be not in need for special equipments such as X-ray, CT, MRI and 120 people, 30 from 4 different institutions were sampled and using chiropractic and muscle stimulation three times to measure the intensity and consistency of pain and satisfactory rate and the results are as follows.
1. Pain before the treatment were found to be 7.40 in average. After the chiropractic, the pain rate was found to be 4.55. After the muscle stimulation, it was found to be 3.43.
2. Satisfaction rate after chiro indicated that 'average' was the highest after 45.0%, 'satisfactory' was 36.7%, 'unsatisfactory' was 18.3%. After the muscle stimulation treatment, 'satisfactory' category was 68.3%, scoring the highest amongst all and 'average' was rated to be 26.7%.
3. Pain after Chiro were found to be less than 3 hours for 59.1% therefore the highest, less than 6 hours for 27.3%, and less than a day for 13.6% amongst people who ticked 'unsatisfactory'. For those who ticked 'average', less than 6 hours was indicated the highest with 42.6% and less than a day was 35.2%, les than 3 hours was 18.5%. In the 'satisfactory' criteria, longer than a day was the highest with 54.4% and less than a day was 27.3%, less than 6 hours was 15.9%. The statistics according to pain that arrives after the treatment was (=66.954, p<.001) found to be significant. Therefore the higher the satisfaction rate, the longer the pain waits until it returns.
4. Pain after muscle stimulation indicated that in the 'unsatisfactory' criteria, less than 6 hours was 50.0% therefore scoring the highest, less than a day was 33.3% and more than a day was 16.7%. In the 'average' category, less than a day was 40.6% therefore indicating the highest, less than 6t hours was 37.5%, more than a day was 15.6%. In the 'satisfactory' criteria, more than a day was the highest with 39.0%, more than 2 days was 30.5%, and less than a day was 23.2%.
The statistics according to pain that arrives after the treatment was (=30.185, p<.001) found to be significant. Therefore the higher the satisfaction rate, the longer the pain waits until it returns.
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