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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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Integral Versus Local Movement Therapy Approach in Patients With Idiopathic Chronic Low Back Pain

Literature suggests several different methods for coping with CLBP. Supervised exercise therapies are among the most commonly advocated treatments for nonspecific CLBP. However, findings from a systematic reviews concluded the most effective model of exercise therapy remain uncertain. Although several supervised randomized controlled trails, focusing on different approaches for managing ...

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Cooperative Pain Education and Self-management

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for chronic pain is a commonly used evidence-based self-management intervention. Though effective, CBT requires that patients attend multiple in-person visits and that highly trained staff be available to provide care. For these reasons CBT is resource intensive, often inaccessible to Veterans, and delivered unevenly across patients ...

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Spiritual Assessment in Chronic Pain Patients

Addressing spiritual concerns and needs in chronic pain therapy is in line with the World Health Organization's (WHO) understanding of health(care) and would improve health care for this patient group. An applicable screening tool for chronic pain patients' spiritual concerns and needs must be empirically based. Based on preceding focus ...

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The Effects of Physiotherapeutic Interventions Applied to the Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

All patients will be assessed by specialized physiotherapists through a medical history data; application of validated questionnaires of pain, urinary symptoms, sexual function and quality of life; postural evaluation; pelvic floor muscles physical and surface electromyographic assessment at baseline. Patients will be randomized to two different treatment groups and control ...

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Mind Body Interventions for the Student Population

Students on campus will be made aware of the study through fliers posted on campus. If they contact the study representatives to participate, they will fill out a screening questionnaire that will determine their symptoms and care they are currently receiving. Those that meet the inclusion criteria will be assigned ...

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Dysport in Post-Surgical Neuralgia

The study is designed to determine whether a currently licensed version of botulinum toxin (Dysport) is effective for the treatment of pain that has developed and/or persisted for months or years around the scar of a previous surgical site, and whether this condition could be suitable for the testing of ...

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Dronabinol Opioid Sparing Evaluation (DOSE) Trial

Week one of the study is a Baseline Period during which time, baseline data related to opioid dose and frequency, mood, sleep, bowel movements, and pain intensity will be collected. Participants will receive no Dronabinol during week one and will continue to take their stabilized dose of regular prescribed opioids, ...

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Postpartum Analgesic Management of Patients at Risk for Prolonged Pain and Analgesic Use

A small percent of the large population of women who give birth have difficulty with prolonged pain, opioid use and poor functional recovery. This may be the first opiate exposure and significant health challenge in a young woman's life. In our previous work, we have identified 20% who are at ...

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Intra-discal Injection of PRP for Low Back Pain

Low back pain (LBP) is the second cause of medical visits in France. Indeed, its incidence can vary between 60 and 90%. LBP is also the leading cause of disability in the adult population in France and in the rest of the world. Its evolution towards chronicity is observed in ...

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Optimizing Psychotherapy for Older Veterans With Chronic Pain

The overarching goal of the proposed research is to learn how to optimize psychotherapy for those Veterans most in need and most likely to benefit from psychotherapy, older Veterans with chronic musculoskeletal pain. Chronic pain is a critical healthcare challenge, as the condition affects 50% of all Veterans and affects ...

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