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Intérêt de la musicothérapie dans la prise en charge des patients migraineux épisodiques suivis en consultation douleur chronique : résultats de l’étude « MusicMig » réalisée en 2013-2014 au CHU Sud Réunion

Abstract : Migraine is a frequent pathology, highly linked to anxio-depressive factors. Non-drug approaches are part of the therapeutic arsenal. Music therapy is a recent discipline expanding in hospital services and specialised ambulatory centers. The main objective of this study was to assess the effect of « U » technique in receptive music therapy on migraine frequency, on patients suffering from episodic migraines, through « Music care » software home use. Secondary objectives were to assess this technique impact on migraine intensity, duration, emotional effect (HAD score), functional impact (HIT-6 score), and acute treatment administration. A monocentric prospective before-after study has been carried out in chronic pain department of the CHU Sud Reunion. This study involved a group of 20 patients. All of them got the intervention during three months. Migraine crisis and their impact datas were compared the month before intervent! ion, and the third month after its beginning. This study shows that 55.56% of patients involved are receptive to this music therapy technique, according to the International Headache Society criterias (decrease of at least 50% monthly frequency). Besides, critical drug administration decrease of 31.77% on average, and the crisis duration of 27.90%. HAD score improved by 27.84 % , and HIT-6 by 6.37%. Evolution of crisis' severity wasn't significant. This pilot study suggests that « U » technique in receptive music therapy shows an efficiency similar to disease-modifying medical treatment, and non-drug approach already used in episodic migraine prophylaxis.
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Guilhem Parlongue. Intérêt de la musicothérapie dans la prise en charge des patients migraineux épisodiques suivis en consultation douleur chronique : résultats de l’étude « MusicMig » réalisée en 2013-2014 au CHU Sud Réunion. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01178478⟩

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