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Lower Back Pain Clinical Trials

A listing of Lower Back 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 (156) clinical trials

New Approaches in Evaluating Patients' Response to Botulinum Toxins in the Treatment of Chronic Neck Pain and Back Pain

Botulinum toxins are a well-established group of neurotoxins that have a wide variety of FDA approved clinical uses including muscle relaxation, headache prevention and bladder control. Despite the abundance of anecdotal evidence supporting their use in pain management, double blind placebo control studies examining the efficacy of botulinum toxins in ...


The Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy on Patients With Low Back Pain

This study is a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized pilot study comparing usual care + PEMF with usual care + sham. The investigators will recruit patients with LBP from the University of Bridgeport chiropractic clinic, and will enroll 80 total subjects: 40 with acute or subacute LBP, and 40 with chronic LBP. ...

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Accuro Versus Traditional Landmark Palpation Technique to Determine Accurate Spinal Level for Procedures

Patients who are undergoing any interventional pain procedure under fluoroscopy at the UVA Pain Management Clinic will be approached for consent. Each participant will sit up on the edge of the bed in the pre-procedural area of fluoroscopy. For each participant, a provider will first attempt to identify the L4/L5 ...

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The Benefit of Structured Triage of Patients in the Primary Health Care Seeking Care for Low Back Pain

This study aims to investigate if a low back pain screening tool is helpful for the caregivers to direct the rehabilitation in a more efficient way, at an earlier stage. Primary Health care centers in the municipality of Halmstad, Sweden will be enrolled to participate in the study as either ...

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Nonspecific Low Back Pain in Association With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Introduction/Background. Nonspecific low back pain (NSLBP) is a very prevalent medical condition (84% of the general population has suffered from it throughout its lifetime). Its prevalence stands out in individuals with respiratory disease, especially in subjects with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Even if there are many theories that create ...

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Correlation of Thoracolumbar Fascia Mechanical Properties and Compensate Mechanisms of Asymmetric Skeletal Muscle

Background: Chronic myofascial low back pain (CMLBP) is a common musculoskeletal disease. Deep fascia is the structures which insufficient in the theory of spinal stability, the major biomechanical role of the thoracolumbar fascia are segmental control and stability of the spine and sacroiliac joint, its biomechanical role is influenced by ...

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Traction for Low Back Pain

The objective in this study is to determine the predictive validity of a set of special clinical tests in identifying those who will respond to lumbar traction. The central hypothesis of this pilot study is that a cluster of lumbopelvic stress tests will be able to identify a subgroup of ...

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Comparison of the Strength of Maximum Glute and Medium Glutenum Muscles Of Latin and Active Lombar Guidelines

Contextualization: Trigger points are muscle nodules found in muscles. We can observe five different types of trigger point, in clinical practice two of them stand out, the active trigger point; Which is painful; And latent; Asymptomatic; Both of which are sensitive to palpation. Once the individual present these muscle nodules ...

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Structural and Functional Effects of High Intensity Training (HIT) Program in Patients With Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain

Low back pain is a common disorder, occurring worldwide in both males and females in all age groups. The prevalence is higher in females and the incidence peaks between 30 and 65 years. It is currently the most frequent musculoskeletal cause of functional disability and it has a major socio-economic ...

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Cryotherapy and TENS on Low Back Pain

This study aim analyze the immediate effects of conventional transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and Burst TENS combined or not with cryotherapy in patients with non-specific low back pain. All subjects will be submitted to an evaluation of the painful sensation, through the numerical rating scale, and pain threshold, through ...

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