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Chronic Pain Clinical Trials

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


Found (11) clinical trials

Efficacy of Multimodal Analgesia Following Hip Arthroscopy

This pilot study will be a randomized controlled trial, where the surgical team, data collector, and patient will be blinded to the treatment received. The investigators will include any patient between the ages of 18 and 60 years undergoing hip arthroscopy by one of three fellowship-trained hip arthroscopists. The investigators ...

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Interferential Current in Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain

In our daily clinical practice, one of the most frequent reasons for consultation physiotherapists is low back pain. Regardless of the origin of the problem, the approach from physiotherapy contemplates the reduction of pain through different procedures, among which all those included in electrotherapy stand out, as commented by McKenzie ...

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Healthcare Professional Students' Knowledge and Attitudes Towards Chronic Pain Management.

Chronic pain is characterised by a protective mechanism of the neuro-immune-endocrine systems potentially exacerbated by loading exposures, conditioning, psychological, socio-economic, lifestyle, comorbid mental health and non-modifiables such as genetics, (O'Sullivan et al 2016). Pain education can be a useful basis for helping patients to manage their symptoms and return to ...

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Computerized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Assisted Life Management for Pain in Sickle Cell Disease

The objective of this study is to provide the experiences and data that will support a later, larger, and adequately powered effectiveness trial of the CALM-SCD, computerized cognitive behavioral therapy (cCBT) program. The investigators hypothesize that CALM-SCD is acceptable, i.e., patients will use it (90% of users will complete the ...

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Chronic Neuropathic Pain After Lung Surgery: Prevalence and Predictive Factors

Chronic post-thoracotomy pain is the most common long-term complication that occurs after a thoracotomy with a reported incidence of up to 80%. Surgical approach as well as other factors (genetic, psychological) could have a major and independent role in the development of the post operative pain.The main objective of this ...

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Low Dose Naltrexone for Chronic Pain From Arthritis

Chronic pain affects over 100 million Americans, and arthritis is the most common cause. Existing treatments for chronic arthritic pain are only mildly effective, and risks of medications used to treat pain are numerous and continue to be discovered. Treatment of chronic is a high priority research area for VA ...


Determining the Prognostic Value of Continuous Intrathecal Infusion

Recruitment: Subjects will be recruited from patients seen at the University Hospitals Pain Medicine clinics by attending physicians. Screening will be done before obtaining consent by an investigator. If patients are deemed appropriate for an intrathecal device they will undergo normal procedures and guidelines in place prior to being considered ...

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The Maintaining Musculoskeletal Health Study

Chronic widespread pain (CWP), the cardinal feature of fibromyalgia, is associated with lost work productivity, psychological ill health, and poor quality of life. It is one of the most common reasons for referral to a rheumatologist. The cost of CWP is high in terms of both individual, societal and health ...

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QLB After Nephrectomy

Patients undergoing nephrectomy procedures will be allocated to one of the study arms. At the end of an operation, still under general anesthesia, 50% patients will obtain QLB with ropivacaine. Ultrasound-guided QLB will be performed on the side of surgery with 0.375% ropivacaine solution (0.2 mL per kg). Every patient ...

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Interoceptive Exposure as a Treatment Option for Disabling Fear of Pain

The intervention Interoceptive Exposure (IE) is an exposure to bodily sensations used in treatment of variety of problems where body sensations are experienced as threatening. The application of IE is expected to reduce the threat value of pain and subsequently promote recovery. This study will evaluate the effects of IE ...

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