Shuai Zhang*


Department of Physical Education and Health, Liaoning Equipment Manufacturing Vocational and Technical College No. 70 Yunong Road, Puhe New Town, Shenbei New District, Shenyang, Liaoning, 110161, China


Objective: This article aims to study the clinical trial effect of trigger point Chinese and Western medicine on sports rehabilitation of football players' knee joint injuries. 

Method: By adopting the random sampling approach, 60 male college football players with common knee sports injuries were selected and divided into a control group and an experimental group by random grouping. Comparative research and analysis were carried out on them. Methods The two groups adopted different rehabilitation methods, the control group adopted conventional treatment methods, and the experimental group adopted trigger point Chinese and Western medicine. The two treatment contents differed, and the treatment time was one month. After both the control and experimental groups completed the treatment and rehabilitation, the data measurement was performed again to compare and analyze the differences in knee joint function score (Lysholm) grades and pain scores at several different time points, and the observation records were analyzed.

Results: The Lysholm scores of the control group at other time points were lower than those of the experimental group, and the pain scores of the control group at different time points were higher than those of the experimental group. Finally, the collected results were sorted out and analyzed using data statistics software, and the differences were statistically significant (P<0.05). 

Conclusion: The results show that comparing the trigger point of Chinese and Western medicine is more effective for football players' knee joint injury rehabilitation and is better than the conventional rehabilitation treatment.


Trigger point, chinese and western medicine, knee joint rehabilitation, football player.