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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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Strategies to Improve Pain and Enjoy Life

In a National Institute on Drug Abuse-funded R34 pilot study of pain self-management training for prescription opioid taper support, it was demonstrated that 22 weeks of opioid taper support promotes opioid dose reduction more effectively than usual care (43% vs 19% dose reduction from baseline) with no increase in pain ...

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Acute Effects of Alcohol Use on Chronic Orofacial Pain

Self-medication of pain with alcohol is a common, yet risky, behavior among individuals with chronic orofacial pain. Chronic pain status may affect the degree to which alcohol use relieves pain, but the independent contributions of pain chronification and alcohol-related expectations and conditioning have not been previously studied. This project addresses ...

Phase N/A

Comparison of Two Modes of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) in Chronic Neuropathic Radiculalgia

TENS is already recommended in clinical practice to treat chronic neuropathic pain. The objective of this study is to compare the efficacy of 2 different modes of TENS: conventional TENS (c-TENS) and mixed-frequency TENS (m-TENS). Randomization will determine the mode that the patient has to test during the first month. ...

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Chronic Pain in Cancer Survivors

This study attempts to apply effective pain management interventions from other chronic pain populations to those of cancer related populations. It will assess the ability of ACT to alleviate chronic cancer related pain and evaluate ease of implementation of treatment. Patients will be allocated to either the intervention group (ACT) ...

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