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[Therapeutic effect of extracorporeal shock wave combined with orthopaedic insole on plantar fasciitis].

Titel[Therapeutic effect of extracorporeal shock wave combined with orthopaedic insole on plantar fasciitis].
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsYan, W, Sun, S, Li, X
JournalZhong Nan Da Xue Xue Bao Yi Xue Ban
Volume39
Issue12
Pagination1326-30
Date Published2014 Dec
ISSN1672-7347
SchlüsselwörterFerseneinlagen, Fersensporn, Stoßwelle, Stoßwelle-Fersensporn
Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To observe the therapeutic effect of extracorporeal shock wave combined with orthopaedic insole on plantar fasciitis.

METHODS: A total of 153 plantar with plantar fasciitis were randomly divided into a combined group (n=51), an extracorporeal shock wave group (n=53) and an orthopaedic group (n=49). The combined group received treatment of both extracorporeal shock wave and orthopaedic insole while the extracorporeal shock wave or the orthopaedic group only received the treatment of extracorporeal shock wave or orthopaedic insole. The therapeutic parameters such as visual analogue scale (VAS) scores, continued walking time and thickness of the plantar fascia were monitored before and aft er the treatment for 2 weeks, 1 month and 3 months, respectively.

RESULTS: The VAS scores in the 3 groups were all reduced after the treatment compared with the corresponding scores before the therapy (P< 0.05). The VAS score in the extracorporeal shock wave group was greater than that in the orthopedic group after the treatment for 2 weeks. The VAS score in the combined group was smaller than that in the orthopedic group after the treatment for 2 weeks and 3 months (P< 0.05). The VAS scores in the orthopedic group and the combined group were smaller than those in the extracorporeal shock wave group after the treatment for 1 month or 3 months (P< 0.05). The continued walking time and thickness of the plantar fascia was improved after the treatment (P< 0.05). The cure rate and total effective rate in the combination group were obviously greater than those in the two other groups. The cure rate in the orthopedic group was greater than that in the extracorporeal shock wave group (P< 0.05).

CONCLUSION: Extracorporeal shock wave combined with orthopaedic insole therapy is an effective method to treat plantar fasciitis. It is recommended to spread in clinic.

DOI10.11817/j.issn.1672-7347.2014.12.017
Alternate JournalZhong Nan Da Xue Xue Bao Yi Xue Ban
PubMed ID25544167
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