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Tarjoman A. Investigation into the Effect of Adaptive Stability Model on the Headache of Patients with Migraine. Journal title 2019; 1 (4)
URL: http://newresearch.medilam.ac.ir/article-1-334-en.html
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Introduction: Patients with migraine always suffer from pain. For this purpose, the present study aimed to investigate the effect of adaptive stability model as an indigenous model developed in Iran on the headache of patients with migraine. Material and methods: This is a semi-experimental study divided into post- and pre-intervention groups. The sample size is composed of the patients with migraine in the city of Ilam who were assigned randomly to test group(31 patients) and control group (33 patients). The tools used in this study include demographic features questionnaire, a checklist showing the duration and frequency of the pain and a pain evaluation tool. For the test group, the interventions were performed according to the adaptive stability care model which is developed in Iran. SPSS-16, descriptive statistical tests (mean and standard deviation) and inferential tests (T-test and ANOVA) were used to analyze the data. Result: Before intervention, there was no significant difference between the mean severity, hours and frequency of headache in the control and control groups. However, after the intervention, the severity of the severity, headache and headache hours of the patients in the test group was reduced compared to the control group before the intervention and the reduction was statistically significant(p<.0001). Conclusion: Given the fact that the implementation of the adaptive stability model as a non-pharmacological and less expensive approach has proved significant, it is highly recommended for reducing the pain in patients with migraine.
: Cross sectional | Subject: General
Received: 2017/05/26 | Accepted: 2018/02/13 | Published: 2019/04/7

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