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Joint Injuries Clinical Trials

A listing of Joint Injuries 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 (41) clinical trials

Researchers at the University of Kentucky are conducting a study to help better understand the functional deficits of individuals with and without chronic ankle instability (CAI) throughout their lower limbs.

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The surgery involves the use of a finger joint replacement device as treatment for patients with certain types of arthritis (i.e., osteo-arthritis or post traumatic arthritis).

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The surgery involves the use of a finger joint replacement device as treatment for patients with certain types of arthritis (i.e., osteo-arthritis or post traumatic arthritis).

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The surgery involves the use of a finger joint replacement device as treatment for patients with certain types of arthritis (i.e., osteo-arthritis or post traumatic arthritis).

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Researchers at the University of Kentucky are inviting you to participate in a study examining shoulder blade motion. This study will help us understand how the shoulder blade moves in healthy individuals. This study requires one visit for approximately 30 minutes. You will be asked to complete a series of ...

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Preservation of Joint Function Using Postoperative Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) A Pilot Study

Elbow stiffness and reduced motion commonly occur after elbow injury or surgery. With traumatic injuries to the elbow, contractures are a common complication. Indeed, they are expected in most cases. For patients with these injuries who are otherwise healthy, active and require the restoration of full function in order to ...

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The Effect of Commercially Available Footwear Interventions in Meniscectomy Patients

Injuries to the meniscus are common in sport, often as a result of a traumatic event. Mitchell et al. (2016) reported 5.1 meniscal injuries per 100 000 athletic exposures, with a greater proportion reported during competition (11.9 injuries per 100 000 athletic exposures), compared to practice (2.7 injuries per 100 ...

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Stem Cell and Growth Factor Injury and Arthritis Clinical Research Study

The investigators believe that amniotic tissue allografts may be an effective modality to treat osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee. One important mechanism of action may be stimulation of the synovial cells to increase production of endogenous hyaluronic acid (HA). A second mechanism may be the increase in the anabolic factors ...

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Low Dose Dexamethasone in Supraclavicular Blocks

The investigators will evaluate the block-prolonging efficacy of dexamethasone 1 mg in supraclavicular blocks. The investigators will be answering essentially two questions. First, how long do supraclavicular blocks last when low dose dexamethasone is used as an adjunct. Only one study has looked at doses this low (Liu et al. ...

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Morphologic and Biomechanical Analysis of the Carpal Ligaments

Patients referred for the evaluation of wrist pain with CT arthrography will be eligible for inclusion. Patients will benefit from dynamic CT acquisitions before and after arthrography with three maneuvers: radio-ulnar deviation, clenching fist and dart throwing motion. Patients will also benefit from a wrist MR study on a 3 ...

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