Cupping therapy and chronic back pain: systematic review and meta-analysis.

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Summary of "Cupping therapy and chronic back pain: systematic review and meta-analysis."

to evaluate the evidence from the literature regarding the effects of cupping therapy on chronic back pain in adults, the most used outcomes to evaluate this condition, the protocol used to apply the intervention and to investigate the effectiveness of cupping therapy on the intensity of chronic back pain.


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Name: Revista latino-americana de enfermagem
ISSN: 1518-8345
Pages: e3094


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