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Theoretical Study of Osteopathy in Mongolian Medicine

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Surilige1,2, Oyuntsetseg Namsrai1, Naranbat Lkhagvasuren3, Aqilatu2, Lagshmaa Baldoo1,*

1International School of Mongolian Medicine, Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

2Department of Osteology, Affiliated Hospital of Inner Mongolia University for the Nationalities, Tongliao, Inner Mongolia, China.

3School of Medicine, Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

*Corresponding author: Lagshmaa Baldoo

Published: May 24,2024

Abstract

Traditional osteopathy in Mongolian medicine is renowned for its distinctive manual reduction, small splint external fixation, and wine spray massage, earning it the reputation as a shining pearl in Chinese medicine. Traditional osteopaths do not use surgery. Instead, they employ manual reduction, small splint fixation, and wine spray massage to treat fractures, showcasing the distinctive medical techniques of Mongolian medicine. This method can not only achieve therapeutic effects but also avoid scarring and reduce injury, making it a preferred choice. This treatment allows for faster healing of fractures, earlier functional exercise, fewer complications, better functional recovery, lower costs, and simpler operations. According to the research, this technique originated from pain and struggle, survived the test of time, and underwent development until the 19th century when the first generation of descendants, Naren Abo, summarized the traditional Mongolian osteopathic treatment known as the wine spray rectification technique. Nowadays, with the resurgence of naturopathy and traditional medicine, the acknowledgment of this age-old treatment is growing. Therefore, it has become crucial to inherit and promote the corrective methods of osteopathic surgery in Chinese Mongolian medicine.

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How to cite this paper

Theoretical Study of Osteopathy in Mongolian Medicine

How to cite this paper: Surilige, Oyuntsetseg Namsrai, Naranbat Lkhagvasuren, Aqilatu, Lagshmaa Baldoo. (2024) Theoretical Study of Osteopathy in Mongolian Medicine. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine Research8(2), 300-303.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijcemr.2024.04.021