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Metatarsal Pain - Europe PMC

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Last Updated: 13 October 2021

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Effects and safety of massage therapy for patients with metatarsal pain: A protocol for systematic review and meta-analysis.

Background Metatarsalgia refers to local or generalized forefoot pain in the region of the metatarsal heads. Over the last few years, massage therapy has been progressively approved by patients because of its lower prices, less undesirable side effects, and safety for clinical use. In this methodical evaluation, we aim to examine the performance and security of massage therapy for patients with metatarsal pain. Approaches We will search the following electronic data sources for randomized controlled tests to evaluate the efficiency and safety of massage therapy in dealing with metatarsal pain: Wanfang and PubMed Database, CNKI, CENTRAL, CINAHL, and EMBASE. Outcomes This suggested study will assess the performance and safety and security of massage therapy for patients with metatarsal pain. The outcomes will include adjustments in metatarsal pain alleviation and damaging result. Final thoughts This suggested methodical testimonial will assess the existing evidence on the efficiency and safety and security of massage therapy for patients with metatarsalgia.

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