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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.

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Found (451) clinical trials

A Trial of an Online Chronic Pain Treatment for Military Police and Veterans

This study is an extension of a pilot study that was conducted investigating an online acceptance-based behavioural therapy (ABBT) for chronic pain. The online treatment runs for a total of 8 weeks and includes interactive content to promote the participant's engagement with the treatment material. The treatment has been specifically ...

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Robot Coach of Chronic Low Back Pain Patient

The objective of KERAAL technological project is to create a new intelligent robot which allows a humanoid robot to record then to show and to follow the progress of rehabilitation sessions proposed by a physiotherapist to a patient, the latter being able to practice without the physiotherapist. The final objective ...

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Tracking Physical Activity for Chronic Pain Management Among Older Adults in Detroit

Wearable, commercially-available physical activity monitors are being increasingly incorporated into chronic pain self-management interventions as a tool to help patients set goals and to tailor intervention content based on patient progress. Yet older adults from resource-challenged communities may face significant barriers to using these monitors and reporting activity data. Our ...

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Feasibility Study of ExAblate Thalamotomy for Treatment of Chronic Trigeminal Neuropathic Pain

This study is to show that for patients with treatment-refractory chronic trigeminal neuropathic pain, ExAblate Neuro focused ultrasound (FUS) can safely create lesions bilaterally in the thalamic nuclei to reduce pain and provide functional benefits in daily activities. After informed consent and screening, eligible subjects will be randomized to either ...

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Supporting Self-management of Chronic Pain

This study will involve 4 primary care sites across Scotland, 4-8 healthcare professionals (HCPs) who will administer the intervention, and 48 patient participants (1-2 HCPs and 12 patients at each site). Half of the patient participants will act as the control group and receive no intervention. 4 sites within primary ...

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Impact of Exericse Training on Pain and Brain Function in Gulf War Veteans

This study is intended to test the influence of weight training on physical symptoms, physical activity and brain structure and function in Gulf War Veterans with chronic widespread muscle pain.

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Botulinum Toxin for Pelvic Pain in Women With Endometriosis

Chronic pelvic pain associated with endometriosis is poorly understood. Some women with chronic pelvic pain have muscle spasm of their pelvic muscles. Muscle spasm may be a significant part of pain in women with endometriosis and other types of chronic pelvic pain. Botulinum toxin injection is widely used to treat ...

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MR(Magnetic Resonance) Imaging of Neurotransmitters in Chronic Pain

This study will identify clinical and neuroimaging markers in chronic pain in an effort to provide individual-based treatments. This study will differentiate chronic pain subjects (knee osteoarthritis, low back pain and painful diabetic neuropathy) into two groups: those who have central pain predominant symptoms and those who have peripheral pain ...

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Effects on Health Related Quality of Life Among Patients With Chronic Pain by Interventional Pain Management

How are the health related quality of life among patients with chronic pain effected by interventional pain managment? Hypothesis Health related quality of life can be improved by interventional pain management both among patients with localizable pain focuses and among patients among whom no pain focuses can be found. Method ...

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Impact of the Ultrasound-guided Approach on the Efficiency and Safety of the Stellate Ganglion Block in Chronic Pain

To evaluate whether the ultrasound guided approach is more effective than the blind technique in producing a greater than 1.5 degree Celsius rise in ipsilateral arm temperature after a stellate ganglion block. Blocks will both be performed with 10 mL of xylocaine/bupivacaine. Secondary outcomes will be the impact of the ...

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