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Study on the effectiveness of a selected TCM protocol in releasing chronic shoulder pain

Advanced Biomedical Research and Innovation.

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Study on the effectiveness of a selected TCM protocol in releasing chronic shoulder pain

Shoulder pain is the third most frequently reported type of musculoskeletal pain. Chronic Shoulder Pain (CSP) is a widespread condition. There are different causes for Shoulder pain. Such as Rotator cuff disease, Sub acromial impingement syndromes, Frozen shoulder (Adhesive capsulitis), Arthritis, Torn cartilage, Swollen bursa sacs or tendons, Bone spurs (bony projection that develop along the edges of bones), Pinched nerve in the neck or shoulder, Broken Shoulder or arm bone, Dislocated shoulder, Injury due to overuse or repetitive use, Spinal cord injury, Heart attack. General Objective is Study on the effectiveness of a selected TCM protocol in Releasing Chronic Shoulder Pain. Hypothesis (H1) Five Needle Protocol is effective in reducing the Chronic Shoulder Pain. The study is in Accordance with the declaration of the Open International University for Complementary medicine. Exclusion Criteria is If Any Person with Referred pain from the cervical pain, History of shoulder trauma, Shoulder Surgery, Osteoarthritis of Systemic bone or joint, Endocrine disease – Hyperthyroidism sever infection, Current therapy involving Analgesics, Stroke, Brest Surgery, Heart diseases or Hypertension, Endocrinology disorders not present in this Research Group. Governing Point (Du 20) Local Point (LI 15, SJ 8, Sj 14, SJ 23, SI 9, GB 20, DU 14, Tanner, Ash Point) Distal Point (LU 7) Influential Point (GB 34) Specific Point (LI 4). Study mainly consider about Pain Scale and Disability Scale. Collect data and analysis before and after treatment and mean value of parameters of both scales. this studies highly accepted Hypothesis Test and Achieved General and specific Objectives.

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