Assessing the efficacy of dry needling for myofascial trigger points associated with low back pain
Evidence for Dry Needling in the Management of Myofascial Trigger Points Associated With Low Back Pain: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisArch Phys Med Rehabil. 2018 Jan;99(1):144-152
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Eleven studies were selected for inclusion in this meta-analysis investigating the efficacy of dry needling for low back pain with associated myofascial trigger point. At post-intervention, dry needling was associated with a significant beneficial difference for pain and disability when compared control interventions. At follow-up time points, measures of pain and disability did not significantly ...
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