Journal of Acupuncture and Tuina Science

, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp 109–114 | Cite as

Community promotion of superficial needling plus club swing for post-stroke motion impairment of the shoulder joint

  • Huan-huan Ni (倪欢欢)
  • Yao-chi Wu (吴耀持)
  • Xiang-dong Shi (石向东)
  • Yang Li (李洋)
  • Yi-yi Zhang (张奕奕)
  • Hui-ling Zeng (曾慧玲)
  • Li Ji (季力)
  • De-quan Huang (黄德权)
  • Chun-shui Huang (黄春水)
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Abstract

Objective

To investigate the community promotion feasibility of superficial needling plus club swing for post-stroke motion impairment of the shoulder joint.

Methods

A total of 180 cases (duration <1.5 years) with post-stroke motion impairment of the shoulder joint were recruited from three community health centers in Changning District, 60 from each community. They were randomly allocated into an observation group (n=90) and a control group (n=90). Patients in both groups received standard internal and rehabilitation care. Patients in the observation group received additional superficial needling plus club swing. The visual analogue scale (VAS) was conducted before and 60 d after the treatment to evaluate the severity of shoulder pain. The active movement of the shoulder joint and activities of daily living (ADL) were also observed.

Results

There were no between-group statistical differences before the treatment (all P>0.05). After a 60-day treatment, the shoulder pain severity, active range of motion of the shoulder joint and ADL in the observation group were significantly improved than those in the control group (all P<0.01). In addition, no adverse events were reported by participants in the observation group.

Conclusion

Superficial needling plus club swing plays a positive role in improving post-stroke motion impairment of the shoulder joint. This safe, reliable and economical therapy has good patient compliance and is suitable for community promotion.

Keywords

Acupuncture Therapy Superficial Needling Poststroke Syndrome Shoulder Pain Visual Analog Scale Pain Measurement Activities of Daily Living 

浮刺结合棍棒操治疗中风后肩关节活动障碍的社区推广

摘要

目的

探讨浮刺结合棍棒操治疗中风后肩关节活动障碍的有效性及在社区推广的可行性。

方法

选取上海市长宁区3 个社区服务中心中的中风后肩关节活动障碍患者180 例(病程<1.5 年), 每个社区收集60 例患者。 将患者按随机数字表分为观察组和对照组, 每组90 例。两组患者均接受相同的常规内科及康复治疗, 观察组在 此基础上加用浮刺结合棍棒操治疗, 对照组不接受其他治疗。两组分别于治疗前、治疗60 d 后采用视觉模拟量 表(VAS)评价肩痛程度, 并观察肩关节的主动活动范围及日常生活活动能力。

结果

治疗前两组患者比较均无统计 差异(均P>0.05), 治疗60 d 后观察组肩痛程度、肩关节的主动活动范围、日常生活自理能力均明显优于对照组(均 P<0.01), 且观察组中均无不良反应发生。

结论

浮刺结合棍棒操训练在改善中风后肩关节活动障碍方面具有积极的作用, 经济简便, 安全可靠, 患者依从性好, 值得在社区推广应用。

关键词

针刺疗法 浮刺 中风后遗症 肩痛 视觉模拟量表 疼痛评定 日常生活活动 

中图分类号

R246.6 

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Notes

Acknowledgments

This work was supported by Appropriate Technology of Traditional Chinese Medicine Promotion Project in the Community of Shanghai (上海市基层中医药适宜技术推 广项目, No. ZYSNXD-YL-SYJS-2); Special Project of Science and Technology Committee of Changning District in Shanghai ( 上海市长宁区科委专项课题, No. CNKW2014J06).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Huan-huan Ni (倪欢欢)
    • 1
  • Yao-chi Wu (吴耀持)
    • 2
  • Xiang-dong Shi (石向东)
    • 3
  • Yang Li (李洋)
    • 4
  • Yi-yi Zhang (张奕奕)
    • 5
  • Hui-ling Zeng (曾慧玲)
    • 1
  • Li Ji (季力)
    • 1
  • De-quan Huang (黄德权)
    • 1
  • Chun-shui Huang (黄春水)
    • 1
  1. 1.Shanghai Changning District Tianshan Hospital of Traditional Chinese MedicineShanghaiChina
  2. 2.Department of Acupuncture, Tuina and TraumatologyShanghai Jiao Tong University Affiliated Sixth People’s HospitalShanghaiChina
  3. 3.Shanghai Changning District Huayang Community Health CenterShanghaiChina
  4. 4.Shanghai Changning District Zhoujiaqiao Community Health CenterShanghaiChina
  5. 5.Shanghai Changning District Hongqiao Community Health CenterShanghaiChina

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