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So-Hyung Kang, Il-Kon Kim, Eun-Ju Choi, Wi-Young So
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February 2018: Iranian Journal of Public Health
Kim M Yonemori, Tui Ennis, Rachel Novotny, Marie K Fialkowski, Reynolette Ettienne, Lynne R Wilkens, Rachael T Leon Guerrero, Andrea Bersamin, Patricia Coleman, Fenfang Li, Carol J Boushey
The aim was to describe differences in dietary outcomes based on the provision of food wrappers, labels or packages (WLP) to complement data from dietary records (DR) among children from the US Affiliated Pacific. The WLP were intended to aid food coding. Since WLP can be associated with ultra-processed foods, one might expect differences in sodium, sugar, and other added ingredients to emerge. Dietary intakes of children (2-8 y) in Alaska, Hawai'i, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and Guam were collected using parent/caregiver completed 2-day DR...
December 2017: Journal of Food Composition and Analysis
Cheng-Nan Lu, Michael Friedman, Hsin-Ching Lin, Kuo-Wei Bi, Tun-Pin Hsueh, Hsueh-Wen Chang, Mao-Chang Su, Meng-Chih Lin
Context • Obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome (OSAHS) is among the most prevalent of sleep-related breathing disorders. No long-term follow-up studies have documented the continued success of lifestyle changes in treatment; oral appliances have an approximate 50% success rate; compliance with continuous positive airway pressure is poor, ranging from 50% to 89%; and the success rate of upper-airway surgery is only 66.4%. Therefore, some OSAHS patients seek alternative treatments. Objectives • The study intended to examine the efficacy of traditional Chinese therapeutic massage (tui na) for patients with OSAHS...
July 2017: Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine
Benjamin Kligler, Arya Nielsen, Corinne Kohrherr, Tracy Schmid, Eve Waltermaurer, Elidania Perez, Woodson Merrell
Objective: This project was designed to test the feasibility and effectiveness of acupuncture therapy given in a group setting for chronic pain. Design: Nonrandomized, repeated measures quasi-experimental trial. Setting: Care was delivered in a primary care clinic waiting area after clinic hours. Subjects: Included were primary care patients (≥18 years old) with chronic pain of the neck, back, shoulder, or osteoarthritis of any site of at least three months' duration...
February 1, 2018: Pain Medicine: the Official Journal of the American Academy of Pain Medicine
Xu Wei, Shangquan Wang, Linghui Li, Liguo Zhu
Objective. The review is to assess the current evidence of Chinese massage therapy (Tui Na) for cervical radiculopathy. Methods. Seven databases were searched. Randomised controlled trials incorporating Tui Na alone or Tui Na combined with conventional treatment were enrolled. The authors in pairs independently assessed the risk of bias and extracted the data. Results. Five studies involving 448 patients were included. The pooled analysis from the 3 trials indicated that Tui Na alone showed a significant lowering immediate effects on pain score (SMD = -0...
2017: Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine: ECAM
Anupama Kizhakkeveettil, Kevin A Rose, Gena E Kadar, Eric L Hurwitz
OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to assess the feasibility of conducting a large-scale randomized controlled trial (RCT) examining whether an integrative care model combining spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) and acupuncture can lead to better outcomes for low back pain (LBP) than either therapy alone. METHODS: This study was conducted at a complementary and alternative medicine university health center. Participants with acute or chronic LBP were randomized to (1) acupuncture, (2) SMT, or (3) integrative acupuncture and SMT groups...
March 2017: Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics
Gen Zou, Guyi Wang, Jinxiu Li, Guobao Wu, Jia Huang, Siyang Huang
Tui-na is a very important component of Chinese medicine. It is a well-respected treatment modality known to be helpful and safe for a wide range of conditions. It can be considered as a certain kind of massage which is performed at acupoints, meridians, and collaterals by pushing, finger twisting, grasping thumb waving pressing, patting, palm twisting, and other manipulation techniques. At present, it is extensively used for relieving pain and stiffness associated with ankylosing spondylitis in China, even though there is a lack of evidence to support its validation and feasibility...
May 2017: European Spine Journal
Yu-Jie Yang, Jun Zhang, Ying Hou, Bao-Yin Jiang, Hua-Fei Pan, Jian Wang, Da-Yong Zhong, Hai-Ying Guo, Yi Zhu, Jie Cheng
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effectiveness and safety of Chinese massage therapy (Tui Na) for patients with post-stroke spasticity. DESIGN: A prospective, multicenter, blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled intervention trial. SUBJECT: A total of 90 patients with post-stroke spasticity were randomly assigned to the experimental (Tui Na therapy) group ( n = 45) or control (placebo Tui Na therapy) group ( n = 45). INTERVENTION: Participants in the experimental group received Tui Na therapy, while those in the control group received placebo-Tai Na (gentle rubbing) for 20-25 minutes per limb, once per day, five days per week for a total of four weeks...
July 2017: Clinical Rehabilitation
Qingguang Zhu, Jianhua Li, Min Fang, Li Gong, Wuquan Sun, Nan Zhou
OBJECTIVE: Chinese massage (Tui Na) is one of the most popular Traditional Chinese Medicine remedies for knee osteoarthritis (OA). Several studies have subjectively evaluated the effect of Chinese massage on knee OA through self-assessment questionnaires; however, very few studies have objectively assessed the effect by measuring knee muscle strength. The purpose of this study was to assess the efficacy of Chinese massage in improving knee extensor and flexor muscle strength in patients with knee OA...
June 2016: Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chung i Tsa Chih Ying Wen Pan
Holgeir Skjeie, Mette Brekke
OBJECTIVE: To explore contemporary practices and clinical recommendations regarding the use of acupuncture for infants by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners in Shanghai. DESIGN: A qualitative study consisting of four field visits between February 2014 and March 2015. Data was collected using participant observation, focus group interview, in-depth interview, textbook page analysis and informant validation. PARTICIPANTS: 14 Shanghainese professionals, including interpreters and TCM practitioners, of which seven were acupuncturists...
2015: BMJ Open
Andrew Shubov, Lawrence Taw
A 52-year-old male with a history of spinal cord injury and cauda equina syndrome resulting in neurogenic bladder presented with chronic constipation and functional dyspepsia that was refractory to medical management. He was treated with an integrative East-West approach including acupuncture, trigger point injections, and Tui Na massage. Both his pain and constipation improved after a series of treatments, and this improvement was largely sustained at 2-year follow-up. This patient's symptoms are consistent with damage to the visceral parasympathetic nervous system...
July 2015: Global Advances in Health and Medicine: Improving Healthcare Outcomes Worldwide
Mingxiao Yang, Yue Feng, Hong Pei, Shufang Deng, Minyu Wang, Xianjun Xiao, Hui Zheng, Zhenhong Lai, Jiao Chen, Xiang Li, Xiaoguo He, Fanrong Liang
BACKGROUND: Low back pain is a common, disabling musculoskeletal disorder in both developing and developed countries. Although often recommended, the potential efficacy of massage therapy in general, and Chinese massage (tuina) in particular, for relief of chronic low back pain (CLBP) has not been fully established due to inadequate sample sizes, low methodological quality, and subclinical dosing regimens of trials to date. Thus, the purpose of this randomized controlled trial (RCT) is to evaluate the comparative effectiveness of tuina massage therapy versus conventional analgesics for CLBP...
October 29, 2014: Trials
Qiao Cui Xia, Zhang Xin Feng, Cai Xiao Ping
CONTEXT: Medical practitioners are now seeing more children younger than 15 y who are developing childhood anorexia. Hua Tuo chiropractic treatments are an ancient and practical massage therapy and are a type of Tui Na therapy, which has been used for curing childhood anorexia for thousands of years in China. Research literature suggests that chiropractic care produces outcomes at least comparable with alternative treatments. OBJECTIVE: The research team intended to perform a systematic review to identify and synthesize evidence on the efficacy of Tui Na for treatment of childhood anorexia...
September 2014: Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine
Kai-Yin Hsu, Julie E Dunn, Ylisabyth S Bradshaw, Lisa Conboy
OBJECTIVES: To understand the following about patients using an acupuncture teaching clinic: (1) sociodemographic characteristics and main complaints and (2) self-reported level of patient-centered outcomes regarding pain management. METHODS/DESIGN: Retrospective chart review. SUBJECTS: A total of 458 new patients at NESA clinic during October 1, 2009 to July 31, 2010 were enrolled in the study. INTERVENTIONS: A variety of styles of Oriental medicine, primarily Chinese and Japanese style acupuncture and also heat treatments (MOXA or heat lamps) and Tui Na (Asia bodywork)...
September 2014: Explore: the Journal of Science and Healing
Michelle G E Tan, Ma Thin Win, Shariq Ali Khan
INTRODUCTION: The use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in Singapore for a variety of conditions has been reported to be high. However in Asian chronic pain patients, there is no data on their use of CAM and its perceived benefits. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A cross-sectional survey of 210 patients was carried out in Pain Management Centre. Patients were interviewed directly on their use of CAM. The outcomes were prevalence of CAM use, the types of CAM used, the perceived efficacy and factors influencing its use...
March 2013: Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore
M Mil-Homens, A M Costa, S Fonseca, M A Trancoso, C Lopes, R Serrano, R Sousa
Surface sediments were collected in August 2009 from 49 sites along the Minho estuary (between Tui and Caminha) and analyzed for grain size, organic carbon (Corg) and total nitrogen (Ntot) contents, and major (silicon [Si], aluminum [Al], iron [Fe], calcium [Ca], magnesium [Mg], sodium [Na], potassium [K], titanium [Ti], and mangesese [Mn]) and trace element (arsenic [As], chromium [Cr], copper [Cu], mercury [Hg], lithium [Li], lead [Pb], rubidium [Rb], tin [Sn], and zinc [Zn]) concentrations. Factor analysis was used to decrease 22 selected variables into 4 factors accounting for 85...
May 2013: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
Ha Na Lee, Young-Suk Lee, Ji-Yeon Han, Jae Yong Jeong, Myung-Soo Choo, Kyu-Sung Lee
INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS: We evaluated the efficacy of transurethral injection (TUI) for the treatment of recurrent or persistent stress urinary incontinence after mid-urethral sling (MUS) procedures. METHODS: A retrospective study was conducted among 23 women who had undergone TUI for failed MUS using bulking agents, Macroplastique® and Durasphere®. The Sandvik questionnaire, Subjective Symptom Visual Analogue Scale (VAS), Incontinence Quality of Life (I-QOL) assessment, and Benefit, Satisfaction, and Willingness to Continue questionnaire were used to evaluate the efficacy of TUI...
December 2010: International Urogynecology Journal
Keum Hwa Choi, Sara A Hill
A 14-year-old male neutered domestic shorthair cat was admitted to the Veterinary Medical Center, University of Minnesota for evaluation of severe hind limb ataxia, atrophy and paresis. Diagnosis based on physical examination, neurological assessment and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was multifocal intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) with dorsal disc protrusion throughout the thoracic and cranial lumbar spine. The Oriental Medicine (OM) diagnosis (pattern identification) was painful obstruction (Bi) syndrome caused by phlegm-heat accumulation with blood stagnation in the spine...
August 2009: Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery
Aisong Guo, Qingyi Meng
OBJECTIVE: To observe the therapeutic effects in acupunture treatment of primary dysmenorrhea combined with spinal Tui Na, and study its mechanism. METHODS: Thirty cases of the treatment group were treated by acupuncture combined with spinal Tui Na, and thirty cases in the control group were treated by routine acupuncture. RESULTS: The total effective rate was 93.3% in the treatment group, and 73.3% in the control group, with a significant difference between the two groups (P < 0...
March 2008: Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chung i Tsa Chih Ying Wen Pan
Gerson D da Silva, Geraldo Lorenzi-Filho, Lais V Lage
OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to verify whether techniques of yoga with and without the addition of Tui Na might improve pain and the negative impact of fibromyalgia (FMS) on patients' daily life. DESIGN: Forty (40) FMS women were randomized into two groups, Relaxing Yoga (RY) and Relaxing Yoga plus Touch (RYT), for eight weekly sessions of stretching, breathing, and relaxing yogic techniques. RYT patients were further submitted to manipulative techniques of Tui Na...
December 2007: Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine: Research on Paradigm, Practice, and Policy
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