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Fibromyalgia Clinical Trials

A listing of Fibromyalgia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Metabolism Muscle Function and Psychological Factors in Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia (FM) is a world widely common syndrome, characterized by widespread pain, often accompanied by general fatigue, soreness, and abnormal sensations (like "pins and needles"). The reasons and the mechanisms (pathogenesis) of FM are still poorly understood. Efficacious therapies cannot be developed without understanding the pathophysiological mechanisms of the disease ...

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Neuroimaging Effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Fibromyalgia

Investigators propose to use fMRI (functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) to study CNS pain processing during the anticipation and experience of acute pain in individuals with FM and healthy controls. Investigators will recruit patients who are diagnosed with FM as well as healthy controls. After the baseline visit, FM participants will ...

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Dance-movement Therapy Programme in Fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition associated with balance problems and pain. It has been previously described that fibromyalgia may affect peripheral and/or central mechanisms of postural control. Balance or postural stability is a very complex task that involves the integration of multiple sensory inputs to execute appropriate neuromuscular activity needed ...

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Effects of Physical Therapy in Pain and Posture of Fibromyalgia Patients

Fibromyalgia is characterized mainly by chronic widespread pain. Segmental muscle stretching therapeutic exercises reduce the shortening of myofascial structures and recover the body flexibility. It is indicated for the treatment of chronic pain caused by osteo-myo-articular dysfunction. The pain behavior may be defined as the adoption of body postures and ...

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Osteopathic Support Evaluation of Fibromyalgia Patients

At present, the literature does not account for much of scientific data on the assessment of osteopathic intervention for patients with (Fibromyalgia) FM. The investigators propose a pilot study evaluating the efficacy of osteopathic care, consists of several osteopathic interventions in the treatment of FM, in order to improve the ...

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Neuroimaging Approaches to Deconstructing Acupuncture for Chronic Pain

This study design has two components: 1) a cross sectional assessment of brain chemistry, connectivity and response to pain in healthy controls and age- and sex-matched fibromyalgia patients, and 2) a longitudinal assessment of the same outcomes in fibromyalgia patients randomized to either electro-acupuncture or laser acupuncture. The investigators will ...

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Repetitive Thoughts in Fibromyalgia: Impact of Rumination on the Emotional and Cognitive Dimensions of Fibromyalgia

Dysfunctional chronic diffuse pain syndrome, concerning 2% of the French population, Fibromyalgia (FM) is classified either as a psychological disease or as a somatic disease. This dichotomous reasoning does not lead to a better understanding and does not allow the use or development of new psychological tools of care. The ...

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Impact of a Specific Training Program on the Neuromodulation of Pain in Fibromyalgia Subjects

A specific training program under the guidance of a physiotherapist, a professor of Adapted Physical Activity (APA) and individualized whose objective is to strengthen the parasympathetic tone and modulate the reactivity of the sympathetic system and the report of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) axis.This training program consists of three sessions of ...

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Efficacy of Deep Haptic Massage in Fibromyalgia : Preliminary Study

Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is a common chronic musculoskeletal pain disorder of unknown etiology, characterized by generalized body pain, hyperalgesia and other functional and emotional comorbidities. Women are predominantly affected. Long term prognosis of FMS might be severe by its physical and psychological consequences. The etiology of FMS remains unknown but ...

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Cross-sectional Study of Fibromyalgia

Patients fulfilling 1990 or 2010 ACR criterion for fibromyalgia will be recruited in Fibromyalgia outpatient service which is belonged to the Department of Rheumatism. Except collecting patients' demographic and social characteristic informations, rheumatologist also carry out a comprehensive evaluation including patient current history, current medication use, and tender point examination ...

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