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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Clinical Trials

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


Found (28) clinical trials

ATI Evidence-based Guide Investigating Clinical Services

This is a retrospective, longitudinal, observational registry study to provide a unique and effective mechanism to acquire realworld data on patients receiving physical therapy in a variety of settings, regardless of disorder being treated. In addition to the standard visit/data collection, patients in the AEGIS Registry will also be asked ...

Phase N/A

Patient Outcomes With Endoscopic Versus Open Carpal Tunnel Release

Although some surgeons prefer one technique rather than the other, both endoscopic and open carpal tunnel release procedures are accepted as standard of care surgeries to relieve carpal tunnel syndrome. The investigator's research is designed to evaluate the significant difference in patient satisfaction between endoscopically-released wrists and open-released wrists. The ...


Early Motion Following Carpal Tunnel Release

The surgical procedure, carpal tunnel release, will be performed in a standard open fashion. In a random fashion, the patients will be placed into either of two rehabilitation groups following CTR with specifically different postoperative instructions after the procedure.

Phase N/A

Pain In Neuropathy Study

Very little is currently known about why some patients with peripheral neuropathy develop neuropathic pain, whilst others do not. It is anticipated that this study will begin to identify features of the peripheral neuropathy, which are and are not, associated with the development and intensity of neuropathic pain and therefore ...

Phase N/A

Influence of Pronator Teres Release on Treatment of Median Nerve Compression Neuropathy

The investigators are comparing two standard of care procedures which can be performed at the same time, or sequentially. The hypothesis being tested is whether simultaneous release of both the carpal Tunnel and the Pronator Teres results in a better outcome in terms of symptom relief and recurrence than Carpal ...


Post-Operative Splinting After Short-Incision Carpal Tunnel Release: a Prospective Study

Your participation in this study will last for five office visits of approximately 30 minutes each. If you decide to participate in this study, we would first have you come to clinic where you would undergo some standard measurements. This includes measuring grip and key pinch strength and completing a ...

Phase N/A

Effectiveness of Neurodynamic Techniques for the Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Design: Two groups randomized controlled trial Participants: 50 subjects diagnosed with CTS will be recruited from JUH physical medicine and rehabilitation department, diagnosis will be confirmed by a physician clinically and using nerve conduction test. Subjects will be randomized into treatment and control groups. Procedures: Participants will be recruited from ...

Phase N/A

Sonographic Evaluation of Patients With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Following Steroid Injection

Patients with CTS were recruited. The Boston Questionnaire (BQ) was administered and ultrasonographic and electrophysiological examinations were performed before and at two, six, and 12 weeks after steroid injection. Cross sectional area (CSA) was measured at 2 levels: at the tunnel inlet and in the mid-carpal tunnel. Flattening ratio (FR) ...

Phase N/A

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treated With 830nm Diode Laser

The low level laser instrument (Painless Light PL-830, Advanced Chips & Products Crop., USA) emitted two light beams with a distance of 2.5cm between them by two laser diodes.


Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome With Dynamic Splinting

This study will compare the efficacy of treating Carpal tunnel Syndrome with the Dynasplint® Systems device as compared to a non-treatment control group utilizing a randomized, controlled, cross-over study design. The dependant variables in this study are each patient's score on a Levine-Katz disability and pain scale test, and the ...

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