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Lee, Ryu, Jeong, and Moon: A Review of Fire Needling on Frozen Shoulder: Focusing on Chinese Journals

Abstract

Objectives :

The objective of this study is to find out the method and effects of fire needling on frozen shoulder in China.

Methods :

We searched journals using the China National Knowledge Infrastructure(CNKI) and PubMed. The keywords were a combination of “fire needling”, “fire needle”, “burning acupuncture”, “frozen shoulder”, “adhesive capsulitis”, “periarthritis”.

Results :

There were 23 studies finally selected, 7 were case control studies and 16 were case series studies. There were 9 out of 14 main meridians and 31 kinds of acupoints. The most frequently adopted meridians were LI, SI and TE. The most frequently used acupoints were LI15, SI9 and TE14. Adjacent points were used more often than distant points. They usually heated the needle before insertion and needle retention was mostly not done. 7 case control studies showed that fire needling reported better results than the filiform needle or electro-acupuncture treatment. 15 case series studies reported a significant improvement in fire needling on frozen shoulder patients.

Conclusions :

There have been many studies regarding fire needling on frozen shoulder in China. Further studies should be required and these can be applied to clinical practices in Korea.

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