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Janik - Fybromyalgia syndrome

Onderzoeken / Deep Oscillation

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1. Page 1 of 1 This article should be cited as follows: Janik, H. et al. Treatment of patients with fibromyalgia syndrome with vibration massage by deep oscillations. European Journal of Ph ysical and Rehabilitation Medicine 46 Suppl. 1 (2):42(2010). Institution: University of Rostock, Chair of Complementary Medicine, Germany Abstract of the original paper cited above BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE The aim of the study was the evaluation of th e tolerability of treatment with vibration massage (deep oscillation) and of the effects on symptom severity, pain, and quality of life in patients with fibromyalgia (FMS). MATERIAL AND METHODS Patients (n = 70, age: 57.3 ± 10.5 years) were assigned to receive 10 treatments with deep oscillation massage with an electrical device within 5 weeks. Outcome parameters were adverse events, the fibromyalgia impact score (German version (FIQ-D)), the subjective pain (VAS), the quality of life (SF-36) and the McGill Pain Questionnaire (MPQ ). Data was collected at baseline (I1), after completion of treatment (I2) and additionally 2 months after I2 (I3). RESULTS Sixty-three patients finished th e study per protocol. At I2 and I3, the FIQ-D and all measures of pain and quality of life were improved clinica lly relevant (p<0.001). At I2, patients reported that the adverse events related to treatment (n =56, mainly pain and fatigue) were mild and short lasting, they did not result in dropouts. Twenty-nine patients did not report any adverse events. Patients rated the tolerability of the treatment as “good” with a mean of 1.8 (95 % CI 1.53;2.07) (5 point Likert scale). CONCLUSION The results of the study suggest that a treatment series with deep oscillation massage has a longlasting effect on symptoms of fibromyalgia, pain and quality of life. As it was well tolerated, it may be a useful and safe tool for the symptomatic treatment of FMS. Literature


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