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Sprains Clinical Trials

A listing of Sprains 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 (18) clinical trials

Researchers at the University of Kentucky are inviting you, along with participants with history of ankle sprains, to participate in a study to examine the long-term consequences of sustaining a lateral ankle sprain. The study requires 1 visit that will last approximately 2 hours.

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Researchers at the University of Kentucky are inviting you to participate in a study to examine the long-term consequences of sustaining a lateral ankle sprain. The study requires 1 visit that will last approximately 2 hours.

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Adults who have sprained or strained an ankle in the last 48 hours are needed to help evaluate an investigational patch to see if it helps relieve pain. This medical research study is evaluating an investigational patch that is applied to a sprained or strained ankle every 12 hours for ...

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Researchers at the University of Kentucky are inviting you to participate in a study to examine the effects of a current treatment modality on balance and its components. This study may require up to 6 visits with some lasting as long as 2 hours.

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Effect of Mobilization in Conjunction With Exercise in Participants With a History of Chronic Ankle Instability

Joint mobilizations are reported to increase range of motion (ROM), postural control and proprioception, and decrease pain in individuals with CAI. However, there is no research supporting the combined effects of thrust mobilization and exercise on function in this population. Inclusion and exclusion criterion have been established utilizing the International ...

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Injection of Corticoids for the Treatment of Acute Sprains of the Proximal Interphalangeal Joints of the Fingers.

There is currently no real consensus on the optimal management of acute sprains of the proximal interphalangeal joint of the long fingers. The aim of this study is to assess the beneficial effect of an injection of corticosteroids for the treatment of this type of sprain (one single sub-cutaneous injection, ...

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Comparison Between Two Mobilization Techniques of Ankle on Balance in Patients With Chronic Ankle Instability

Biodex Balance System: The unipodal stability protocol was used in the anteroposterior and laterolateral directions. The test lasts for 20 seconds with five levels of instability, with level six being more stable and level two more unstable. The participant performed an adaptation test with the system and subsequently assessed the ...

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ATI Evidence-based Guide Investigating Clinical Services

This is a retrospective, longitudinal, observational registry study to provide a unique and effective mechanism to acquire realworld data on patients receiving physical therapy in a variety of settings, regardless of disorder being treated. In addition to the standard visit/data collection, patients in the AEGIS Registry will also be asked ...

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Clinical Outcomes of Autologous Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate Injections for Musculoskeletal Conditions

The use of Bone Marrow Autologous Collection (BMAC) in musculoskeletal conditions including osteoarthritis and tendon injuries has been growing. Outcome evidence continues to be sparse. The purpose of this study is collect a longitudinal case series of patient reported outcomes following BMAC injections for musculoskeletal conditions including osteoarthritis, tendinopathy and ...

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Rehabilitation of Acute Hamstring Injuries in Male Athletes

Background and rationale: Acute hamstring muscle strain injuries represent the most prevalent non-contact muscle injury reported in sports. Despite the high prevalence and a rapidly expanding body of literature investigating hamstring muscle strain injuries, [1] occurrence and re-injury rates have not improved over the last three decades [2]. Therefore, rehabilitation ...

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