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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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Chronic Lumbosacral Radiculopathy: Impact of an Analgesic Dietary Intervention on Pain & Function

Lumbar radiculopathy is a fairly common pain syndrome which may result in chronic, severe disability. There are few successful treatment options for patients with persistent lumbosacral radicular pain (LRP) that does not respond to conventional approaches. A fundamental biologic mechanism of chronic LRP, as well as other chronic pain syndromes, ...

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Cooled Radiofrequency Ablation vs. Thermal Radiofrequency Ablation

Nerves in your body transmit signals to and from your brain and the cells in your body. In the event of an injury or disease, these nerves transmit pain. Sometimes, when an injury doesn't heal, chronic pain can develop. One way to treat chronic pain is to interrupt these pain ...

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Nasal Fentanyl for Chronic Cancer Pain

Today, patients with cancer pain in need of opioids for moderate to severe pain get long-acting morphine twice a day and morphine tablets taken on demand in addition. This procedure might be based on the assumption that cancer pain is persistent, although the evidence to support whether this assumption applies ...

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Identification of Patients at Risk of Chronic Back Pain Using Questionnaires

Patients with acute back pain (<6 weeks) presenting at their general practitioner will be enrolled. Patients fulfilling all inclusion criteria and showing no exclusion criteria will fill out the Heidelberg short questionnaire (HKF-R10) and the Keele STarT Back Screening Tool. These two questionnaires categorize back pain patients into individuals at ...

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Pain Screening in Refugee Survivors of Torture

The research plan consists of three components: The Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights will coordinate with the research team regarding eligible subjects. Researchers will contact potential subjects utilizing interpreter services. Interested participants will be scheduled for an appointment for an examination by a pain physician and randomized to complete ...

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Insomnia Self-Management in Heart Failure

Almost 75% of HF patients, a group of about 5.1 million Americans who have poor function and high levels of morbidity and mortality, report poor sleep. As many as 25-56% of HF patients report chronic insomnia (difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep or waking early in the morning, with non-restorative sleep ...

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Smart Phone ACT Treatment for Adults With Longstanding Pain - a Pilot Study

Chronic pain affects 12-30% of the population and often results in depression, disability, and reduced daily function and quality of life. Medical strategies are often ineffective or insufficient to alleviate symptoms and increase functioning. Instead, the empirical support for cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is today well established, and such interventions ...

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Resilience Skills Self-Management for Chronic Pain.

The investigators will conduct a randomized controlled trial of an 8-week resilience-enhanced CBT online self-management program for chronic pain plus usual care (PRISM), standard e-CBT self-management plus usual care (e-CBT), and usual care alone. Thus, 300 individuals with chronic pain will undergo a comprehensive pre-intervention assessment that includes a blood ...

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Intravenous Lidocaine in Carcinologic ENT Surgery: A Trial for Evaluation of Opioid Saving Strategy and Chronic Post-surgical Pain (ELICO)

Lidocaine, local anesthetic used for more than five decades, is being intravenously administered aiming at managing pain in different types of surgeries with promising results. Opioid-induced hyperalgesia need to be considered in ear-nose-throat (ENT) surgery owing to the difficulty of locoregional anesthesia and high level of opioid consumption. This randomized ...

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Use of PET/MR Imaging in Chronic Pain

The diagnosis and management of chronic and neuropathic pain syndromes remains a major clinical challenge, and this failure is partly attributed to our inability to identify the hypersensitive and inflammatory changes in the pain-sensing part of our nervous system that is thought to contribute to these syndromes. The lack of ...

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