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Tennis Elbow Clinical Trials

A listing of Tennis Elbow 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 (23) clinical trials

PRINT Trial (Platelet Rich Injection vs Needle Tenotomy)

The objective of our study is to determine if percutaneous needle tenontomy is superior to platelet rich plasma for the treatment of chronic tendinosis. Diagnosis of tendinosis will be confirmed utilizing ultrasound diagnostic criteria similar to past published studies. The study will be a prospective single blinded study utilizing sham ...

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Comparing Arthroscopic Tennis Elbow Release With Arthroscopic Debridement

Tennis elbow is a common occurrence in the general population that causes lateral elbow pain and diminished grip strength, which may be debilitating. Most affected individuals achieve symptom resolution within 6 months to 1 year with measures such as physiotherapy, anti-inflammatories and corticosteroid injections, but a small subset will go ...

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Treatment of Intractable Common Extensor Tendon Injury Using Mesenchymal Stem Cells (Allo-ASC)

A phase II randomized placebo controlled trial will be done with following 3 groups. Each group will have 10 participants, so, the total patients will be 30 people. High concentration of Allo-ASC group: stem cell 0.5cc (Total: 10 million cells) + Fibrin glue 0.5cc Low concentration of Allo-ASC group: stem ...

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Comparison of Surgical Interventions for Lateral Epicondylitis: A Prospective Study

The investigator hopes to determine if one of three current standard of care surgeries for lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) is more effective than others. The three surgeries are: arthroscopic tenotomy, open tenotomy, and debridement and repair.

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Comparison of Conservative Methods for the Treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis: A Randomized Prospective Study

This is a prospective study where patients with lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) will be randomized into one of 4 possible treatments. The purpose is to individually examine the efficacy of each treatment, and determine if one treatment method is more effective than another. The four treatments are: corticosteriod injections, prolotherapy, ...

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Eccentric Exercise or Radiofrequent Microtenotomy as Treatment of Lateral Epicondylalgia

Of those affected by lateral epicondylalgia will 90% be free of symptoms within 8 months to 2 years with conservative treatment. In this study surgical radiofrequency microtenotomy and eccentric exercise for chronic (more than two year) lateral epicondylalgia that is unilaterally will be used as treatment. Patients is randomized to ...

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Comparison Between Steroid and Different Sites of Botulinum Toxin Injection in the Treatment of Lateral Epicondylalgia

Lateral epicondylalgia or tennis elbow is a common painful elbow disorder with a prevalence of 1% to 3% in the general population and has a higher rate up to 14.5% in strenuous jobs. Botulinum toxin type A injection was an emerging option in treating lateral epicondylalgia. In this study, the ...

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Finnish Tennis Elbow Trial Pilot Study

Objectives To study the natural course of tennis elbow/spontaneous recovery of chronic (lasting for over 12 months) tennis elbow and the results of surgery in a pragmatic setting. To investigate the patients' expectations of the treatment, and define the patient acceptable symptomatic state, or PASS, in tennis elbow. To investigate ...

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Dry Needling Manipulation and Stretching vs. Manual Therapy Exercise and Ultrasound for Lateral Epicondylalgia

Patients with epicondyalgia will be randomized to receive 2 treatment sessions per week for 4 weeks (up to 8 sessions total) of either: (1) electric dry needling, thrust manipulation and stretching or (2) impairment-based manual therapy, exercise and ultrasound

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Dexamethasone Versus Ketorolac Injection for the Treatment of Local Inflammatory Hand and Upper Extremity Disorders

Objectives: The primary objective of this study is to compare local corticosteroid hand and elbow injections to placebo or ketorolac to determine if there is an equal or better reduction of symptoms for common orthopaedic upper extremity disorders including: De Quervain's tenosynovitis, trigger fingers, and tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis). Number ...

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