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Tennis Elbow Clinical Trials

A listing of Tennis Elbow 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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Found (21) clinical trials

Recover L-PRP in Lateral Epicondylitis (REGP-11-00)

Clinical trials have been conducted to determine the efficacy and safety of Leukocyte- and Platelet-Rich Plasma (L-PRP) prepared with Biomet Recover L-PRP Mini Platelet Separation Kit for the treatment of tendinosis in a controlled setting. This study will allow for the capture and evaluation of real-world clinical data on a ...

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Impact of Platelet Rich Plasma Over Alternative Therapies in Patients With Lateral Epicondylitis

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) deserves study because it is more expensive than the other treatments. If we learn that PRP is better compared to the other treatments, it would justify the high cost and growing industry associated with the procedure. If we find out that PRP is not better compared ...

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Comparison Between Type A Botulinum Toxin Injection and Corticosteroid Injection in the Treatment of Tennis Elbow

Humeral lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow is a common painful elbow disorder. The cause of tennis elbow is the chronic overload of bone-tendon junction. High prevalence of tennis elbow has a direct impact on the workplace productivity and quality of life. Steroid injection is the very few methods proved to ...

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Eccentric Exercise or Radiofrequent Microtenotomy as Treatment of Lateral Epicondylalgia

Of those affected by lateral epicondylalgia will 90% be free of symptoms within 8 months to 2 years with conservative treatment. In this study surgical radiofrequency microtenotomy and eccentric exercise for chronic (more than two year) lateral epicondylalgia that is unilaterally will be used as treatment. Patients is randomized to ...

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Treatment of Lateral Elbow Tendinopathy

The prevalence of lateral elbow tendinopathy is prevalence of 1-3%, with a peak incidence between 35-50 years of age (Green et al., 2002). The main symptoms are pain over the lateral humeral epicondyle upon palpation and pain full resisted dorsiflexion of the wrist. Ultrasonographic changes include hyper-/hypo-echoic areas and increased ...

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Finnish Tennis Elbow Trial Pilot Study

Objectives To study the natural course of tennis elbow/spontaneous recovery of chronic (lasting for over 12 months) tennis elbow and the results of surgery in a pragmatic setting. To investigate the patients' expectations of the treatment, and define the patient acceptable symptomatic state, or PASS, in tennis elbow. To investigate ...

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Tendon Fenestration Versus Surgery for the Treatment of Chronic Lateral Epicondylosis

STUDY DESIGN: Phase II, prospective, two-arm, single-blind randomized controlled study. SETTING Up to 64 patients (56 + 15% loss to follow-up) suffering from chronic lateral epicondylosis will be recruited by one of two orthopedists working in a specialized outpatient clinic, at the Centre Hospitalier de l'Universit de Montral (CHUM), a ...

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Radial Nerve Block for Treatment of Tennis Elbow:

Lateral epicondylitis, or tennis elbow, is a common musculoskeletal disorder that causes pain and functional limitation. It is a major arm disorder which occurs commonly in adults between 30 and 50 years, with an estimated prevalence of 1% to 3% in the general population. Lateral epicondylitis results from the overuse ...

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Comparison of Conservative Methods for the Treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis: A Randomized Prospective Study

This is a prospective study where patients with lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) will be randomized into one of 4 possible treatments. The purpose is to individually examine the efficacy of each treatment, and determine if one treatment method is more effective than another. The four treatments are: corticosteriod injections, prolotherapy, ...

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Comparison Between Steroid and Different Sites of Botulinum Toxin Injection in the Treatment of Lateral Epicondylalgia

Lateral epicondylalgia or tennis elbow is a common painful elbow disorder with a prevalence of 1% to 3% in the general population and has a higher rate up to 14.5% in strenuous jobs. Botulinum toxin type A injection was an emerging option in treating lateral epicondylalgia. In this study, the ...

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