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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 (153) clinical trials

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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Effects of Spinal Manipulative Treatment on Inflammatory Markers in Low Back Pain Patients

Background: Spinal manipulative treatment(SMT) may work by reducing mechanical irritation to joint tissues (1) and thereby diminishing local inflammation. Evidence for an anti-inflammatory effect of instrument-assisted SMT has been observed in an animal model (2). These findings are consistent with the recently proposed hypothesis that the origin of all pain ...

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Cross Correlation of Pain Hypersensitivity and Clinical Features and Electromyography in Low Back Pain Patients

Diagnostic and prognostic value of pain hypersensitivity in low back pain (LBP) is not fully understood.Increased pain sensitivity in the primary area of pain (local pain) is considered a sign of predominantly peripheral pain sensitization,value of pain hypersensitivity in low back pain (LBP)is not fully understood whereas pain sensitivity in ...

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Kinesiotape Tensiomyography in Low Back Region

Lumbar pain is a quite prevalent pathology in general population within general and sporting population, which comes to mean high sanitary and sport costs. This concrete pains nature is often unspecific, but it seems that one of the main risk factors that predispose to suffer from it are changes in ...


Reliability Validity Of The Turkish Version Of The Back Performance Scale

Low back pain (LBP) is defined as the pain that occurs in the area between the lower border of the scapula and the buttocks and sometimes radiates to the lower extremities. In the community, lower back pain is the second most common health problem after cold. 15% of LBP cases ...

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A Study to Confirm the Safety of High Frequency DRG Stimulator in Patients With Chronic Lower Limb Pain

This study is a prospective, single-arm, open label, single center pilot study to confirm the safety of a ultrahigh frequency DRG stimulator in patients with chronic lower limb pain. The actual trial length is 5 days. An initial eligibility screening within Day -14. Pt admitted to hospital on Day 1. ...

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Efficacy and Influence of Pilates Based Physical Therapy Exercises for Low Back Pain

Low back pain (LBP) is becoming a major public health problem associated with enormous economic burden on the modern society. Despite conservative interventions such as Pilates back exercises are routinely prescribed in clinical practice, most studies to date have only assessed its efficacy based on subjective patient reported outcomes with ...

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Effects of Tactile Stimuli for Lumbar Multifidus Muscle Activation in Healthy Adults and Patients With Low Back Pain

Reduced lumbar multifidus muscle contraction has been observed in patients with low back pain (LBP). Currently, considerable evidence supports spinal stabilization exercises for treating LBP, including lumbar multifidus muscle activation exercises. Clinicians often apply a tactile stimulation on the muscle in addition to verbal instructions to ensure muscle activation. However, ...

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