Psychophysische Kurzzeit- und Langzeiteffekte einer einmaligen Massageanwendung – Ergebnisse einer naturalistischen Studie

@article{Kiebgis2018PsychophysischeKU,
  title={Psychophysische Kurzzeit- und Langzeiteffekte einer einmaligen Massageanwendung – Ergebnisse einer naturalistischen Studie},
  author={Gabriele Mariell Kiebgis and Michael Eggart and Christina Thorm{\"a}hlen and Bruno M{\"u}ller-Oerlinghausen},
  journal={Physikalische Medizin Rehabilitationsmedizin Kurortmedizin},
  year={2018},
  volume={28},
  pages={120-128}
}
Einleitung Massagen verschiedenster Art werden zunehmend als komplementare Therapie bei einer Reihe von Indikationen z. B. auch im geriatrischen oder palliativmedizinischen Bereich oder in der Behandlung Fruhgeborener, aber auch in der Pravention von „burn-out“-Syndromen eingesetzt. Kontrollierte Studien belegen den antidepressiven, allgemein entspannenden aber auch analgetischen Effekt. Kaum Daten existieren aber zu den subjektiven psychophysischen Massagewirkungen bei der typischen Klientel… 
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