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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 (25) clinical trials

EuroPainClinics Study IV (Prospective Observational Study)

Facet joint pain encompasses a significant portion of possible sources of pain in patients with vertebrogenic algic syndrome. A typical symptom is intermittent radiation of pain in the back and legs. The cause of this pain is irritation of the medial branch of the dorsal nerve root, which innervates a ...

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Korean Medicine Registry for Low Back Pain-prospective Observational Multicenter Study (KLOS)

The Purpose of this trial is to define the characteristics of the patients with low back pain in oriental rehabilitation clinic. This information will create a registry that will help us to compare similarities and differences in patients and their symptoms. The more patients the investigators are able to enter ...

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The Role of Lumbar Multifidus Characteristics in the Development of Low Back Pain

Low back pain (LBP) is a severe epidemic in the world. Despite its high prevalence, 90% of the cases have no identifiable cause. While most people with LBP recover shortly after onset, approximately 44% of them experience recurrent LBP within one year and 10% of them develop chronic LBP that ...

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Rest Before Physical Therapy in Adolescents With Active Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis

Spondylolysis is as stress fracture in the pars interarticularis of the vertebral arch most commonly occurring in the lower lumbar spine. Spondylolisthesis is the forward displacement of a vertebra, especially the fifth lumbar vertebra, most commonly occurring after a break or fracture. These injuries to the spine are extremely common ...

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Cross Culture Adaptation and Validation of the Arabic Version of COMI in Patients With Low Back Pain

PROCEDURE (1) Translation and cross culture adaptation: The cross-cultural adaptation process for the COMI will be done as described by (Beaton et al., 2000). This will include the following phases: Initial translation that includes forward translation to translate the questionnaire from the English language to Arabic by two independent bilingual ...

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Clinical Morphological and Functional Success Predictors Following Lumbar Spinal Surgery in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain and Degenerative Disorders.

A classification-based approach to identify specific characteristics of patients who seriously suffer from chronic low back pain (CLBP) with referred pain to the legs who are likely to respond to certain interventions has become a research priority in the medical milieu in general and in physical therapy in particularly.While several ...

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Examining Racial and SocioEconomic Disparities (ERASED) in Chronic Low Back Pain Study

Experimental session 1 Resting Blood Pressure and Body Mass Index will be assessed. Participants will complete the Rapid Estimation of Adult Literacy Measure-Short Form (REALM-SF) to determine health literacy. Participants will complete multiple questionnaires to measure Socioeconomic Status, Clinical Pain Assessment and Depression Scale. All participants will undergo quantitative sensory ...

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Change of Lumbar Symptom After Surgical Treatment for Patients With Cervical Stenosis

The improved back pain score after cervical spinal surgery would be higher than that after non-surgical treatment.

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Reproductibility of Lumbar Spine ADC Based on Different Post-processing Softwares

Lumbar spine bone marrow is well explored in MRI. Some bone marrow diseases are hard to analyze in conventional MRI, and diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) could be an additional diagnostic feature. However, according to the literature, there is heterogeneity in normal bone marrow of the quantitative parameter that it provides, called ...

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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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