陸上競技におけるスポーツ障害に対する針治療 [in Japanese] Acupuncture for sports disorders in track and field events. [in Japanese]
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スポーツ障害に対する鍼の効果を調べるために, 筑波大学陸上部員112名に対し競技別に見た痛み・だるさの部位, CMI健康調査を行い, そのうち鍼治療を受けた部員51名に対し痛み・だるさの程度, 鍼治療の効果, 効果の持続時間などについて調査した。また健康成人12名に対し握力エルゴメータによる鍼・マッサージ, 無処置後の60秒間の筋力の比較をした。その結果,<br>1. 競技により障害部位に特徴があり, CMIでは, I領域の人よりもII領域III・IV領域になるにつれ痛みの部位が多くなった。<br>2. 鍼による効果は78.4%に見られた。<br>3. 握力エルゴメータによる筋力の比較では鍼治療群が一番筋力低下の度合が少かった。
We investigated sports disorders in 112 (82 men, 30 women) members of Field and Track Club, University of Tsukuba.<br>Before acupuncture treatment, they entered their painful and fatigued areas in our chart and were tested by Cornel Medical Index.<br>After six months, we questioned 51 (38 men, 13 women) members treated by acupuncture on effects.<br>The following results were obtained.<br>1. The painful areas varied with athletic events, that were muscles and joints they moved frequently.<br>The painful areas were mostly low backs and thighs in a short distance and hurdle race, hips and legs in a middle and long distance, low backs and legs in a jumping event, elbows and low backs in a throwing event.<br>2. As a result of Cornel Medical Index, it was proved that many members had more mental than physical symptoms.<br>3. Most of members treated by acupuncture could still go on with training in spite of pains.<br>4. The effects of treatment continued for 2-3 days.<br>5. The effects were rated as follows: better 78.4%, no change 14%, worse 6%.
- Zen Nihon Shinkyu Gakkai zasshi (Journal of the Japan Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion)
Zen Nihon Shinkyu Gakkai zasshi (Journal of the Japan Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion) 37(2), 111-119, 1987
The Japan Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion