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Chronic Back Pain Clinical Trials

A listing of Chronic Back 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 (134) clinical trials

Estimation of Therapeutic Effect of MDcure on Patients With Chronic Lower Back Pain

This study will assess the therapeutic effect of MDcure device. MDcure is an FDA Class 1 listed medical device, produced to ISO-13485 standards, that delivers extremely low intensity (nano Tesla; 10-9) and low frequencies (1-100 Hertz) electromagnetic fields (EMF) intended to reduce muscular aches and pains particularly of the lower ...

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Effects of Behavioral Interventions on Mechanisms of Pain Regulation and Hedonic Regulation

The overarching aim of this project is to conduct a randomized controlled study to determine whether Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE) vs. a Support Group (SG) can improve pain regulation and hedonic functions (i.e., natural reward responsiveness) thought to be governed by the endogenous opioid system among opioid-treated, chronic, non-neuropathic back ...

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Motor Learning for the Lumbar Spine Using Sensor-based Postural Feedback: a Randomized Controlled Trial

A large subgroup of patients with chronic non-specific low back pain have motor control impairments. During motor control exercises, different forms of external feedback can be used to support training. This randomized controlled trial will investigate the effectiveness of different forms of external feedback during the learning phase of a ...

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Effectiveness of Therapeutic Alliance and Minimal Intervention for Chronic Low Back Pain

Low back pain remains a global public health problem. The classification of patients in low back pain subgroups aims to optimize the health system and provide the quantity and the type of proper technique for each patient. Several factors may influence physical therapy. The therapeutic alliance may be defined as ...

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The Influence of an Educational Intervention in the Beliefs and Attitudes of Primary Care Professionals

HYPOTHESIS AND OUTCOMES Hypothesis The beliefs and attitudes of fear-avoidance of primary care professionals are held by lack of knowledge about the origin and meaning of pain. The neurophysiology of pain as a biopsychosocial educational intervention using a web platform for primary care professionals will change their knowledge about the ...

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Radial Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for Chronic Non-specific Low Back Pain

Non-specific low back pain is defined as low back pain not attributable to a recognizable, known specific pathology (e.g., infection, tumour, osteoporosis, fracture, structural deformity, inflammatory disorder, radicular syndrome, or cauda equina syndrome). It is second only to the common cold as the most common affliction of mankind and is ...

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Effect of Lumbar Stabilization Exercises and Circular Dances in Chronic Non Specific Low Back Pain

Supervised exercises are the first line therapy for patients with chronic low back pain. The lumbar segmental stabilization (LSE) is a specific training for the muscles of the lumbar spine, which aims to improve neuromuscular control, strength and endurance of the muscles that promotes stability to the spine. The circular ...

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Placebo In Chronic Back Pain - Double-Blind Randomized Control Trial

Below is a detailed description of what the study would entail (in other words, what would be expected during each visit for the duration of the study). Visit 1 (week -2): Pre-treatment screening (180 min). Participants will complete the informed consent process and are evaluated for inclusion/exclusion criteria. A medical/pain ...

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A Trial of Intravenous Paracetamol vs. Placebo in Patients Receiving Radiofrequency Ablation of the Medial Branch Facet Nerve

The experiment will take place in the Chaim Sheba TelHashomer Medical Center, Tel Aviv, Israel. Patients will be recruited from the hospital's Pain Management outpatient facility from those appropriate for the procedure involving Radiofrequency Ablation of the Medial Branch of the Facet Nerve. After receiving the hospital's Helsinki approval, the ...

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New Approaches in Evaluating Patients' Response to Botulinum Toxins in the Treatment of Chronic Neck Pain and Back Pain

Botulinum toxins are a well-established group of neurotoxins that have a wide variety of FDA approved clinical uses including muscle relaxation, headache prevention and bladder control. Despite the abundance of anecdotal evidence supporting their use in pain management, double blind placebo control studies examining the efficacy of botulinum toxins in ...

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