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Trends of Korean Medicine Treatment after Musculoskeletal Disorder Surgery: A Literatural Review

  • Journal of Korean Medicine Rehabilitation
  • Abbr : JKMR
  • 2017, 27(3), pp.61-70
  • Publisher : The Korean Academy Of Oriental Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Korean Medicine

Kang-Joon Lee 1 박창현 1 이윤재 2 Lee Jung-han ORD ID 3 Cho Jae-Heung ORD ID 4 Tae-Yong Park 5 Yang Na rae 5 Hwang Eui-hyoung 6 SONG YUN KYUNG 1

1가천대학교
2자생의료재단 척추관절연구소
3원광대학교
4경희대학교
5가톨릭관동대학교
6부산대학교

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ABSTRACT

ObjectivesThe purpose of this review is to analyse the trend in papers related with Korean Medicine Treatment after musculoskeletal disorder surgery.MethodsWe reviewed Korean Medicine papers by searching Korean web databases ‘Korea Traditional Knowledge Portal’, ‘Scientific and Technological Information Integration Service (NDSL)’, ‘Academic Research Information Service (RISS)’, ‘Korea Medical Informati on Portal (OASIS)’. We classified the papers by the year of publishment, the title of journals, the type of study, surgery region, chief complain after surgery, main treatment, pe-riods after surgery, assessment for outcomes.Results1. Korean Medicine treatment after musculoskeletal disorder surgery has re-ceived more attention than in the past and there are attempts to do various studies besides the case reports. 2. 41 research papers were divided in to 3 original articles, 3 review ar-ticles, 35 case reports. But almost presented a low level of evidence. 3. Pain was the most common symptom after the musculoskeletal disorder surgery. Pain should be the primary goal of Korean rehabilitation treatment after musculoskeletal disorder surgery. 4. Assessment tools for outcome were concentrated in questionnaries, VAS and NRS. In or-der to evaluate better, it is necessary to evaluate the overall condition of the patient such as the quality of life evaluation and patient satisfaction.ConclusionsIn this study, we expect that the development and clinical application of Korean rehabilitation treatment program after musculoskeletal disorder surgery will be ac-tively pursued. (J Korean Med Rehabil 2017;27(3):61-70)

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