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This study is a single blind, randomized controlled trial. condition/disease: acute low-back pain treatment/intervention: Motion Style Acupuncture Treatment using Traction (T-MSAT)

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Motion Style Acupuncture Treatment(MSAT) is a therapeutic technique using acupuncture needle created in Jaseng Hospital. T-MSAT(Motion style acupuncture treatment using traction) is a kind of MSATs, and a treatment that improves musculoskeletal problems by pulling the patient's body through the device and giving instructions for walking while being acupuncture.This treatment involves patients with musculoskeletal pain to move the part of their body actively during acupuncture treatment under physicians' observation. This treatment is known to relieve pain and improve musculoskeletal disfunctions. However, there has been no specific studies for the effect of this treatment. So, investigators conduct a randomized controlled trials to verify the effectiveness and safety of T-MSAT. From September 2020 to March 2021, investigators recruit 100 inpatients who are suffered from acute low-back pain with the numeric rating scale(NRS) over 5 by traffic accident(TA). For experimental group(n=50), investigators conduct T-MSAT three times(on 2nd, 3rd and 4th day of hospitalization) and other Korean medical treatment. For control group(n=50), just Korean medical treatment except T-MSAT is conducted. For these two groups, investigators compare NRS(Numeric Rating Scale), Visual Analogue Scale(VAS), Range Of Motion(ROM), , Oswestry Disability Index(ODI), the 12-Item Short Form Health Survey(SF-12), and PTSD Checklist for DSM(Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, DSM)-5(PCL-5) ;

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NCT number NCT04554446
Study type Interventional
Source Jaseng Medical Foundation
Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date September 21, 2020
Completion date June 21, 2021

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