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J Korean Med Rehabi 2019 Jul; 29(3): 61-74  
A Clinical Research Analysis of the Korean Medicine for Peroneal Nerve Palsy
Published online July 31, 2019
Copyright © 2019 The Society of Korean Medicine Rehabilitation.

Su Min Hong, K.M.D., Eun Jung Lee, K.M.D.

Department of Korean Medicine Rehabilitation, College of Korean Medicine, Daejeon University
Correspondence to: Eun Jung Lee, Department of Korean Medicine Rehabilitation, College of Korean Medicine, Daejeon University, 62, Daehak-ro, Dong-gu, Daejeon 34520, Korea
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Received: June 14, 2019; Revised: July 8, 2019; Accepted: July 11, 2019
This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0) which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Abstract
Objectives This study aimed to review clinical studies about Korean medicine used in peroneal nerve palsy.
Methods In 11 online databases (Earticle, Research Information Sharing Service, Oriental Medicine Advanced Searching Integrated System, KMbase, Korean Traditional Knowledge Portal, National Digital Science Library, MEDLINE/Pubmed, Ebscohost, Cochrane CENTRAL, EMBASE, China National Knowledge Infrastructure), we searched clinical studies about Korean medicine. Among the studies that we've searched, we excluded the studies that are not related to Korean medicine, case reports, randomized controlled trials and retrospective studies. As a result, 16 case studies and 1 randomized controlled trial are included.
Results Total number of patients was 123. In these studies, acupuncture (100%), herbal medicine (58.8%), pharmacopuncture (58.8%), Korean physical therapy (58.8%), moxibustion (41.1%), cupping (41.1%) etc. were used. In acupuncture, GB34 and ST36 were most frequently used. Most of the herbal medicines used in these studies were different. Range of movement were most frequently used in outcome measure.
Conclusions In this study, we reviewed studies about Korean medicine used in peroneal nerve palsy. It was difficult to clearly determine which intervention has improved the symptom. In the future, Further clinical studies will be needed to retain the evidence for the treatment of peroneal nerve palsy. And also more randomized controlled clinical trials to prove the efficacy of Korean medicine will be needed.
Keywords : Peroneal nerve, Peroneal nerve paralysis, Korean traditional medicine


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