Study on the Therapeutic Effect of Acupuncture and Massage Combined with Chinese Medicine Fumigation on Lumbar Disc Herniation Based on Minimally Invasive Concept
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Qiao Yanyong, He Meilin, Yang Weidong
Objective: to Observe the Clinical Effect of Traditional Chinese Medicine Fumigation Combined with Acupuncture and Massage on Lumbar Disc Herniation Based on the Concept of Minimally Invasive. Methods: 60 Patients with Lumbar Disc Herniation Were Selected as the Research Object. the Control Group Was Treated with Acupuncture and Moxibustion, While the Experimental Group Was Treated with Acupuncture and Massage Plus Chinese Medicine Fumigation. the Clinical Effects of the Experimental Group and the Control Group Were Compared and Analyzed. Results; after Treatment, There Were 2 Ineffective Patients, 8 Effective Patients, 9 Markedly Effective Patients and 11 Cured Patients in the Experimental Group. in the Control Group, There Were 5 Ineffective Patients, 7 Effective Patients, 8 Markedly Effective Patients and 10 Cured Patients. Yes, the Effective Rates of the Experimental Group and the Control Group Were 93.33% and 83.33%, Respectively, with Statistically Significant Difference (P<0.05). Conclusion: Traditional Chinese Medicine Fumigation Combined with Acupuncture and Massage Based on the Concept of Minimally Invasive Treatment of Lumbar Disc Herniation Has a Better Effect and is Worthy of Promotion and Application.
Minimally Invasive; Acupuncture and Massage; Lumbar Disc Herniation; Fumigation with Traditional Chinese Medicine