No added effect of therapeutic NMR to standard treatment for pain in herniated lumbar disc
Nuclear magnetic resonance therapy in lumbar disc herniation with lumbar radicular syndrome: effects of the intervention on pain intensity, health-related quality of life, disease-related disability, consumption of pain medication, duration of sick leaveEur Spine J. 2015 Jun;24(6):1296-308
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108 patients with lumbar disc herniation and lumbar radicular syndrome were included in the study. Patients were randomized to receive therapeutic nuclear magnetic resonance (tNMR) or to receive a sham in addition to standard treatment. The trial was conducted in order to assess the efficacy of tNMR in improving pain, function, and overall quality of life in affected individuals. Active and sham t...
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