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Lower Back Pain Clinical Trials

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Found (25) clinical trials

The Influence of Different Factors on Workers' Disability Due to Low Back Pain

The purpose of this study is to determine, in Spanish workers, the influence of different factors (personal, psychological, work related and clinical) on the risk of being on sick leave during the 18 months after baseline assessment, and on the duration of that sick leave.

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The Role of Lumbar Multifidus Characteristics in the Development of Low Back Pain

Low back pain (LBP) is a severe epidemic in the world. Despite its high prevalence, 90% of the cases have no identifiable cause. While most people with LBP recover shortly after onset, approximately 44% of them experience recurrent LBP within one year and 10% of them develop chronic LBP that ...

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Reliability of Four Questionnaires Used on a Low Back Pain Population

Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is a highly prevalent health condition, and the leading cause of years lived with disability both globally and in Denmark. In the majority of patients with CLBP, no underlying pathology or cause can be identified and CLBP is acknowledged to be multifactorial. CLBP is defined ...

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Quality of Life Outcomes in Spinal Cord Stimulation

This is a prospective cohort study for patients who will be undergoing implantation of spinal cord stimulator for pain. All patient will have implantation done at University Hospital Newark or Newark Beth Israel. The data points that will be collected will be the patient's weight, BMI, and detailed questionnaires regarding ...

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Nonspecific Low Back Pain in Association With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Introduction/Background. Nonspecific low back pain (NSLBP) is a very prevalent medical condition (84% of the general population has suffered from it throughout its lifetime). Its prevalence stands out in individuals with respiratory disease, especially in subjects with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Even if there are many theories that create ...

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dorsaVi Back Pain and Movement Registry

The first phase of the study will use a non-randomized two-group prospective longitudinal study design (Group A subjects with LBP, Group B subjects without LBP). The second phase of the study will use a single-group prospective longitudinal study design (Group A, subjects with low back pain). A timeline and step-by-step ...

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Central Proprioceptive Processing and Postural Control in LBP

Low back pain is a highly prevalent health condition, with a reported lifetime prevalence of up to 84% worldwide. Currently, it induces more disability than any other health condition, such as depression, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or other musculoskeletal disorders. Approximately 85% of all low back pain complaints are ...

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Accuro Versus Traditional Landmark Palpation Technique to Determine Accurate Spinal Level for Procedures

Patients who are undergoing any interventional pain procedure under fluoroscopy at the UVA Pain Management Clinic will be approached for consent. Each participant will sit up on the edge of the bed in the pre-procedural area of fluoroscopy. For each participant, a provider will first attempt to identify the L4/L5 ...

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Reproductibility of Lumbar Spine ADC Based on Different Post-processing Softwares

Lumbar spine bone marrow is well explored in MRI. Some bone marrow diseases are hard to analyze in conventional MRI, and diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) could be an additional diagnostic feature. However, according to the literature, there is heterogeneity in normal bone marrow of the quantitative parameter that it provides, called ...

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Genetic Predisposition for Chronic Non-specific Low Back Pain

The following genes will be investigated: Insertions-/deletions-polymorphism of the angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE-I/D gene polymorphism; 3 genotypes: ACE-II, ACE-ID, ACE-DD). Anti-adhesive extracellular matrix protein Tenascin-C: gene polymorphism rs2104772 The goals of this study are to investigate whether these genotypes correlate with 1) endurance of back muscles, 2) comorbidities such as asthma ...

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