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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.


Found (434) clinical trials

Effects of Exercise and Education in Patients With Chronic Pain After Total Knee Replacement

Osteoarthritis is considered the most frequent cause of disability and pain in the elderly population, and the knee joint is one of the joints most commonly affected. End-stage osteoarthritis is often treated with knee replacement, and total knee arthroplasty is considered an effective treatment for pain relief and improved function. ...

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Physical Therapy to Treat Chronic Pain in Survivors of Torture and Trauma

The purpose of this study is to compare two usual PT programs to determine if one is more effective than the other in reducing disability and pain in new Americans and refugees who are survivors of torture and trauma (STT). Numerous studies have assessed the mental health issues of STT ...

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Non-pharmacological Treatment for Chronic Back Pain

Secondarily, the study will also (i) evaluate the therapeutic effects specific to each spa-centre, (ii) specifically describe effects among subjects who are currently engaged in a professional activity, (iii) evaluate treatment tolerance as well as (iv) per-patient health resource use and associated costs.

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Ganglion Impar Denervation and Radiofrequency on Sacral Root 3 for Chronic Prostatic Pain

the authors will evaluate the added analgesic benefit of pulsed radiofrequency on sacral root 3 with ganglion impar denervation on chronic pelvic pain due to chronic prostatitis

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Connected Health to Decrease Opioid Use in Patients With Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a highly prevalent and costly condition in the US. An estimated 88.5 million adults suffer from daily pain, resulting in estimated cost of $500- 635 biJlion due to lost productivity, and $261-300 billion in health care expenditures. To manage their chronic pain, 5 to 8 million Americans ...

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Efficacy of a Smartphone App for Chronic Pain Management

Chronic pain is defined as one that lasts for at least three to six months, provided that this time is greater than the normal healing period of an injury. This pathology has become an important public health problem due to its high prevalence. In particular, it is estimated that it ...

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Yoga for Painful Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy: A Pilot Randomized-Controlled Study

This research study will examine the feasibility of conducting an eight-week yoga intervention for individuals with chronic painful chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy. The investigators will also explore participants' perceptions of acceptability and satisfaction with the yoga intervention. Lastly, the investigators will examine changes in chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy severity, physical function, sleep-related ...

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Prophylactic Infrapatellar Saphenous Neurectomy in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty

Subjects scheduled for total knee arthroplasty will be randomized to two arms. One arm will have the standard saphenous nerve neurectomy during their surgery. The other arm will have the same neurectomy procedure with the free end of the nerve tucked into soft tissue to protect the nerve ending.

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Laparoscopic Ventrosuspension for Women With Retroverted Uterus and Pelvic Pain Syndromes: A New Approach

In women with retroverted retroverted uterus complaining of pelvic pain, Laparoscopy was done. Under vision the skin overlying the attachment of the round ligament to the anterior abdominal wall was incised followed by introduction of 30 curved needle attached to absorpable Vicryl 2/0 suture through the incision and withdrawn through ...

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Implementation of Nurse-guided Web-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Pain Management

The primary objective of this application is to test the feasibility of a care model where clinic nurses play a vital role in promoting the adoption of web-based CBT in the ambulatory medical setting. Participants (n=60) in the primary care and rheumatology clinics will be randomized to one of 2 ...

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