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어깨통증의 한의학적 치료에 대한 국내 임상 연구 고찰

A Review of Clinical Research on Korean Medicine for Shoulder Pain Conducted in Korea

대한한의학회지 2020년 41권 3호 p.221 ~ 246
김찬영, 양지혜, 채인철, 최인우, 유주영, 정은선, 김윤식, 설인찬, 유호룡,
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김찬영 ( Kim Chan-Young ) - Daejeon University College of Korean Medicine Department of Cardiology and Neurology of Korean Medicine
양지혜 ( Yang Ji-Hye ) - Daejeon University College of Korean Medicine Department of Cardiology and Neurology of Korean Medicine
채인철 ( Chae In-Cheol ) - Daejeon University College of Korean Medicine Department of Cardiology and Neurology of Korean Medicine
최인우 ( Choi In-Woo ) - Daejeon University Dunsan Oriental Hospital Department of Internal Medicine
유주영 ( Ryu Ju-Young ) - Daejeon University College of Korean Medicine Department of Cardiology and Neurology of Korean Medicine
정은선 ( Jung Eun-Sun ) - Daejeon University College of Korean Medicine Department of Cardiology and Neurology of Korean Medicine
김윤식 ( Kim Yoon-Sik ) - Daejeon University College of Korean Medicine Department of Cardiology and Neurology of Korean Medicine
설인찬 ( Seol In-Chan ) - Daejeon University College of Korean Medicine Department of Cardiology and Neurology of Korean Medicine
유호룡 ( Yoo Ho-Ryong ) - Daejeon University College of Korean Medicine Department of Cardiology and Neurology of Korean Medicine

Abstract


Objectives: Shoulder pain is the third most common musculoskeletal complaint that necessitates physician consultation and significantly diminishes patients’ quality of life. In this review, we analyzed clinical studies that investigated the use of Korean Medicine for the treatment of shoulder pain.

Methods: We searched the online Korean databases, such as KMBase, DBpia, NDSL, RISS, KISS, and OASIS for clinical studies that report the use of Korean Medicine for shoulder pain. We analyzed the included studies with regard to study design, interventions, evaluations, and results.

Results: We analyzed data from the following 29 studies: 14 clinical trials (which included 9 randomized controlled trials) and 15 observational studies (which included 11 case reports). In this review, we observed that post-stroke shoulder pain was the most common cause of shoulder pain, which was reported in 13 out of 29 studies (44.8%), although in actual clinical practice, patients are more likely to present with primary shoulder pain. Most included studies (72.4%) reported manual acupuncture as the most common intervention for shoulder pain. More than 50% of the studies used range of motion (58.6%) and the numeric rating scale (51.7%) to evaluate shoulder function and pain, respectively. Although the result was not statistically significant in all included studies, most studies concluded that Korean Medicine could be considered an effective treatment option in patients with shoulder pain.

Conclusions: Based on analysis of studies included in this review, Korean Medicine can be considered useful clinical treatment for shoulder pain.

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Shoulder pain; Korean Medicine; Review

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