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Neck Pain Clinical Trials

A listing of Neck 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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Found (64) clinical trials

The study will consist of 6 office visits and 5 phone calls. Participants will be randomly assigned to receive a combination of guanfacine, morphine, or placebo. Participants will be asked to provide one blood sample, multiple urine samples for drug screen analysis, fill out questionnaires, and undergo sensitivity tests to ...

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The study will consist of 4 office visits and 2 phone calls. Participants will be randomly assigned to receive either guanfacine or placebo. Participants will be asked to provide one blood sample, multiple urine samples for drug screen analysis, fill out questionnaires, and undergo sensitivity tests to hot and cold ...

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Neck Exercises in Patients With Temporomandibular Disorders

To treat musculoskeletal disorders, looking at the brain is an unusual strategy but one with high potential for effectiveness. Exercise can potentially train the brain if we understand the links between exercise and productive changes in the brain. Given the high prevalence, impact, and burden of musculoskeletal disorders (MSKDs), therapies ...

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Interest of Pregabalin (Lyrica) on the Treatment of Reflex Earache in Head and Neck Cancer.

Referred otalgia is one of the symptoms of oropharynx and hypopharynx cancer. It can be primary (otodynia) or secondary (referred otalgia and projected pain). The mechanism of referred otalgia involves several non adjacent nerve territories as those of head, neck or ear. Referred otalgia is a projected pain due to ...

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia in Chronic Spinal Pain

Modern pain neuroscience has advanced our understanding of chronic spinal pain (CSP). Despite the scientific progresses with regard to the treatment of chronic spinal pain (CSP), current treatments for CSP do not address pain comorbidities like insomnia, an important yet seldom addressed issue. Treatment of CSP mostly still relies on ...

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Short-Term Response of Thoracic Spine Manipulation With or Without Trigger Point Dry Needling for Mechanical Neck Pain

Neck pain is common, and return to duty rates after medical evacuation from theater for spinal pain is low. Muscles comprise the majority of the stability for the cervical spine, yet neck muscle function can be altered in the presence of pain. Research has consistently shown the benefit of including ...

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MRI-Guided Cryoablation to Alleviate Pain in Head Neck and Spine

Nerve ablation is used therapeutically to produce temporary anesthesia and diagnostically to locate the source of pain. Ablation, or purposeful destruction of tissue, relieves facet joint pain and pain related to nerve damage by disabling pain-transmitting nerves. Cryoablation for pain management is particularly useful when other modalities are too difficult ...

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Evaluation of the Effect of the OMT Exercises Education for Pain in Participants With Cervical Pain

The purpose of this study is to determine whether osteopathic manipulative treatment associated exercises and pain neurocience education improves pain and function in individuals with chronic non-specific neck pain Design: a randomized single blind controlled pragmatic trial will be conducted trial. Patients (n=40) with non-specific neck pain will be randomized ...

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The Effects of Thoracic Spine Mobilizations in Individuals With Neck Pain.

The purpose of this research is to compare the effects of two commonly used, safe, thoracic spine treatments: grade 1-4 as performed by Cleland et. al. and grade 1-4 mobilization to the thoracic spine as selected by the Physical Therapist for cervical spine pain. The immediate effects of thoracic spine ...

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The Effect of Scapulothoracic Mobilization on Cervical Pain and Range of Motion in Patients With Neck Pain and Scapular Dyskinesia

Participants: Males and females aging between 25 and 50 years referred from orthopedic clinic with chronic neck pain were included in the study. Recruitment extends through the time period extending from April 2016- April 2017) by notices to orthopedics department with measures of inclusion and exclusion. Data is being collected ...

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