The efficacy of lymphatic drainage and traditional massage in the prophylaxis of migraine

Updated: Dec 24, 2021

There was a significant decrease in the amount of analgesic intake in the LD [Lymphatic Drainage] group compared to the two other groups (p = 0.004). TM [Traditional Massage] and LD resulted in a reduction of migraine attack frequency. The analgesic intake only decreased significantly during LD intervention. Useful effects were identified for LD and TM as compared to WG [Waiting Group] for the prophylaxis of migraine. LD was more efficacious in some parameters than TM.


Source: Neurological Sciences


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