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Acupuncture for the treatment of phantom limb syndrome in lower limb amputees: a randomised controlled feasibility study
'Results: Qualitatively, acupuncture was perceived to be beneficial and effective. Quantitatively, acupuncture demonstrated clinically meaningful change in average pain intensity (raw change = 2.69) and worst pain intensity (raw change = 4.00).
Acupuncture was delivered pragmatically under the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) paradigm. A protocol developed prior to the study, using Delphi consensus methodology was used to provide guidelines and included:
Retaining needles for 20–30 min’
Trevelyan e.g., Turner W.A., Summerfield-
(2017) A case report of a Phantom Limb Pain (PLP) patient treated with integrative Korean and Western medicine
Results. The patient’s numerical rating scale (NRS) scores decreased, and continuous sleep time increased after treatment. The NRS scores decreased from 10 to 0, and the continuous sleep time increased from 2 hours to 7 to 8 hours.
Conclusion. According to the results, this report suggests that integrative Korean and Western medicine could be effective in the treatment of PLP patients.
Acupuncture. Acupuncture treatment was performed twice a day (9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.) during the patient’s hospitalization and done using disposable stainless-
Moxibustion. Moxibustion was performed once a day around Jungwan (中脘, CV12) in the abdominal.
Heun Ju Lee , Ji Young Baek and Chang Beohm Ahn (2017) A case report of a Phantom Limb Pain (PLP) patient treated with integrative Korean and Western medicineThe Acupuncture Vol. 34 No. 3 August 2017 : 101-
Reproduced from. Heun Ju Lee , Ji Young Baek and Chang Beohm Ahn (2017) A case report of a Phantom Limb Pain (PLP) patient treated with integrative Korean and Western medicine The Acupuncture Vol. 34 No. 3 August 2017 : 101-