Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2019 / Article / Tab 7

Research Article

Survey of Integrative Treatment Practices of Korean Medicine Doctors for Cervical Disc Herniation: Preliminary Data for Clinical Practice Guidelines

Table 7

Perceived safety of Korean Medicine treatments for cervical disc herniation.

FactorsMean±SD

Cupping6.4±0.8
Acupuncture6.3±0.8
Herbal medicine6.3±0.8
Pharmacopuncture6.1±0.9
Doin conduction5.9±1.0
Physiotherapy5.8±1.0
Qigong, Tai Chi5.6±1.4
Chuna manual therapy5.6±1.0
Moxibustion5.3±1.4
Bee venom pharmacopuncture4.7±1.3

(Safety: 1=very unsafe 2=unsafe, 3=somewhat unsafe, and 4=not safe, but not unsafe, 5=somewhat safe, 6=safe, and 7=very safe.)

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