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Non-specific low back pain LBP is a common health problem resulting from many risk factors and human behaviors. Some of these may interact synergistically and have been implicated in the cause of low back pain. Massage both traditional Thai massage and joint mobilization as a common practice has been shown to be effective for some subgroup of nonspecific LBP patients.
The trial compared the effectiveness between traditional Thai massage and joint mobilization for treating nonspecific LBP. Some associated factors were included. The study was conducted at the orthopedic outpatient department, Lerdsin General Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand. Prospective, randomized study was developed without control group.
The required sample size was estimated based on previous comparative studies for effectiveness between techniques. Secondary outcome measures were satisfaction of patients and adverse effects of the treatment. One hundred and twenty hospital outpatients, 20 The average age of traditional Thai massage and joint mobilization was Both groups received each treatment for approximately 30 minutes twice per week over a four-week period.
Total course did not exceed eight sessions. Constipation was found in 34 patients The traditional Thai massage and joint mobilization used in this study were equally effective for short-term reduction of pain and disability in patients with chronic nonspecific LBP.
Both techniques were safe with short term effect in a chosen group of patients. In the literature, over potential risks have been identified. Significantly, some may interact synergistically and have been implicated in the cause of work-related low back pain. As pain is still the most important factor in nonspecific LBP, studies of the effectiveness of intervention to relieve pain are the main focus. Currently, there are more than 50 potential therapies promising to relieve pain and lessen disability.