A Study of the Effectiveness of Health Care with Maneevej: A Systematic Review of Research Findings

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Areerat Nualyam

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            Maneevej is the practice aimed to balance the body structure which can alleviate various symptoms, especially muscle pain, labor pain and labor progression. This systematic scoping review aimed to summarize the existing evidence for Maneevej on pain reduction. Four databases named PubMed, Science direct, Thai Journal online and Journal of Health Science Research were used. Twelve relevant articles were retrieved which eleven were original studies and one was review article. Of eleven original articles, there were seven studies on muscle pain which the results showed significant pain reduction, and there were four studies on labor pain and progression which the results presented significant labor pain and labor time reduction. Maneevej had potential for pain reduction and should be studied and developed as alternative treatment for pain reduction.


 


 


 

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