TCM Clinical Practice Rehabilitation of Post-stroke Spasticity

2017-02-17 13:23:21 | BioPortfolio


The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness,safety and Input-output ratio of chinese traditional treatment in spasm after stroke,both in massage and herbal medicine bathing.


A Muti-center randomized controlled study with large samples to observe improvement of motor function,severity of spasm,ADL(activity of daily lives),by standardized protocols of TCM techniques(massage and herbal bathing) combined with conventional rehabilitation on spasm after stroke in 1 month.Modified Ashworth scale,Fugl-Meyer Index and Modified barthel Index were used for spasm,motor function and ADL.And also the follow up research within 3 months and 6 months focus on the efficacy duration of TCM on spasm.Try to find suitable timing for intervention on spasm by CTM(Massage and herbal medicine bathing)and the connection between spasm severity and treatment efficacy.

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Modern rehabilitation treatment, Modern rehabilitation &TCM, modern rehabilitation &Baimai Ruangao, modern rehabilitation &Tibetan medicine


Jiangsu Province Hospital




The First Affiliated Hospital with Nanjing Medical University

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