Observation on therapeutic effects of pinching spine plus acupoint sticking therapy for infantile cerebral palsy with spleen deficiency pattern
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To observe the clinical effect of pinching spine plus acupoint sticking therapy for infantile cerebral palsy (ICP) with spleen deficiency pattern.
Seventy children of ICP with spleen deficiency pattern were randomly divided into a treatment group and a control group. Those in the treatment group were given the comprehensive rehabilitation therapy plus pinching spine and acupoint sticking therapy. Those in the control group were just given the comprehensive rehabilitation therapy. The treatment was given once every day, 20-day as one course, and totally for three courses.
The total effective rate of the clinical symptoms was 77.1% in the treatment group and 39.9% in the control groups. The total effective rate of rehabilitation effects was 74.3% in the treatment group and 48.6% in the control group. The effective rate was obviously better in the treatment group than that in the control group, with statistical differences (P<0.05).
Pinching spine plus acupoint sticking therapy is remarkable in the therapeutic effects for ICP with spleen deficiency pattern, and needs to be popularized clinically.
Key WordsTuina Massage Chiropractic Acupoint Sticking Therapy Cerebral Palsy Brain Injuries Child, Preschool
将70 例脾虚型脑瘫患儿随机分为治疗组和对照组, 治疗组在采用综合康复疗法的基础上加用捏脊及穴位敷贴, 对照组仅采用综合康复疗法。 每天治疗1 次, 20 d 为1 个疗程, 共观察3 个疗程。
治疗组临床症状总有效率77.1%, 对照组为39.9%; 治疗组康复疗效总有效率为74.3%, 对照组为48.6%。 治疗组有效率均明显优于对照组, 具有统计学意义(P<0.05)。
关键词推拿 按摩 捏脊 穴位贴敷法 脑性瘫痪 脑损伤 儿童, 学龄前
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