Research: TANAKA, UMESAKI and OG

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Abstract

TANAKA, UMESAKI and OGITA, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Osaka City University Medical School, Japan reported two cases of thawing of frozen shoulder in menopausal women treated with a Japanese herbal medicine.

Background

Methodology

Results

The authors describe two patients with frozen shoulder syndrome and severe menopausal symptoms. Short-term administration of Kanzo-to extract thawed the shoulders completely enough for the patients to move their cervical and shoulder joints without any restriction or pain. Their menopausal symptoms were cured simultaneously. Kanzo and Shakuyaku were found to have different effects on shoulder stiffness and disability in shoulder joints.

Conclusion

References

Tanaka T et al. Thawing of frozen shoulder in menopausal women treated with a Japanese herbal medicine, Kanzo-to extract. Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics and Gynecology 27(1): 14-6. 2000.

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