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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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Effect of Buglossoides Oil on Recent Chronic Non-injurious Hip and Knee Pain

This study will document the impact of an emulsion of Buglossoides oil on the intensity of recent chronic knee and hip pain. Secondly, the impact of consuming Buglossoides oil on plasma and leukocyte fatty acid profiles will be investigated, thus providing clinical evidence on the efficacy of an emulsion of ...

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PEACE: Comparing Chronic Pain Treatment Options

The purpose of this study is to compare two types of acupuncture with usual care on treating chronic pain. This study has three groups. Two groups will received acupuncture. One group will receive usual standard of care for 12 weeks and then will receive acupuncture. Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese ...

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Ultra-high Frequency (500 KHz) Spinal Cord Stimulation for Treatment of Chronic Back Pain or Lower Limb Pain

This study is a prospective, single-arm, open label, single center to confirm the effectiveness and safety of an ultra-high frequency (500 KHz) spinal cord stimulation in patients with chronic back pain or lower limb pain. The trial length is 14 days. Patients will be given ultrahigh frequency pulse stimulation, up ...

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Low-intensity Shockwave Therapy for Non-bacterial Prostatitis/Pelvic Pain Syndrome

The aim of the study is to investigate and compare the treatment efficacy and safety of ESWT vs sham treatment for CP/CPPS patients.This is a triple-blind, randomized, parallel group sham-controlled clinical study.

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Meditation for Pain

Chronic pain affects an estimated 11.2% of the US population, costs the United States approximately $635 billion per year in medical expenses and lost productivity, and fuels the current epidemic of opioid addiction. Understanding alternate approaches to chronic pain management is an imperative given new guidelines for the treatment of ...

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Examining Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Pain Sensation

Chronic low back pain is a common condition in the world. About 85% of people with low back pain do not know the cause of their pain. This leads to ineffective treatments. Recently, the idea of an over activated nervous system is thought to be one of the main reasons ...

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Modifiable Work and Movement Solutions Low Back Pain in Seafood Workers

This pilot/feasibility pre-post intervention study will use a participatory ergonomic approach without a control group or randomization. The participatory approach will foster capacity building by creating support within the workplace communities and by involving seafood workers in developing context specific solutions for their own work practice, increasing the potential for ...

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Mindfulness for Pain Management in Patients With Cancer

Cancer is leading cause of death in Thailand. One hundred and twenty-eight men and 83 women per 100,000 had a common consequence both of malignancy and its treatment. Pain is experienced by 62% of Thai patients with cancer. Cancer pain is a major health problem because it causes both physical ...

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Optimizing Chronic Low Back Pain Exercise Therapies With Cerebral Electrical Stimulation

Chronic low back (CLBP) pain is an important public health and socioeconomic problem worldwide and, despite the volume of research in the area, it remains a difficult condition to treat. The Neuromatrix pain model and new findings on the pain chronification process point to a greater efficacy of treatments that ...

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Overcoming Pain Through Yoga in the Military

In preparation for a full-scale study via a subsequent R01 proposal, our study objective is to examine the feasibility and acceptability of conducting a yoga RCT among active-duty military personnel with CLBP/CNP in military and community settings. The study will be conducted in two phases: Phase 1 (completed) involved obtaining ...

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