Efficacy of a Topical Pain Relief Spray Containing Herbal Oil Extracts (Bonipar) Among Individuals With Acute and Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Mar 1, 2023
  • participants needed
    168
  • sponsor
    Winston Parris, MD
Updated on 23 September 2022

Summary

This study is a non-inferiority study comparing efficacy and onset of action between the herbal extracts topical solution, Bonipar, and diclofenac sodium topical solution, diclofenac topical solution 1.5%.

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This study is a non-inferiority study comparing efficacy and onset of action between the herbal extracts topical solution, Bonipar, and diclofenac sodium topical solution, diclofenac topical solution 1.5% (approved by the FDA as a topical analgesic). Approximately 168 Duke patients will be recruited from Duke Pain Clinic, and selected Duke primary care practices. Individuals who report acute (less than 3 months duration) or chronic musculoskeletal pain of any intensity will be considered for enrollment into the study. After obtaining consent, eligible subjects will be will be randomized to receive Bonipar or diclofenac topical solution 1.5%.

Details
Condition Chronic Pain, Musculoskeletal Pain
Treatment Bonipar, Diclofenac sodium topical solution 1.5%
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT03471507
SponsorWinston Parris, MD
Last Modified on23 September 2022

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