Ketoprofen phonophoresis effective for pain relief in carpal tunnel syndrome
Comparison of ultrasound and ketoprofen phonophoresis in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndromeJ Back Musculoskelet Rehabil. 2011;24(1):39-47
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51 patients with carpal tunnel syndrome were randomized to evaluate the efficacy of splinting with ultrasound (US) and ketoprofen phonophoresis. Patients were allocated to 1 of 3 groups: sham US, active US without medication, or phonophoresis with US and ketoprofen. US therapies were performed for 2 weeks, and splinting last for 8 weeks. Patients were assessed for pain, function, symptom severity,...
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