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Radiculopathy Clinical Trials

A listing of Radiculopathy 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 (19) clinical trials

This is a research study of SP-102, an experimental medication designed to relieve pain in patients with a specific type of leg pain. The mediation is given once by your healthcare professional, with a possibility of a second injection as early as about 1 month after the first treatment. The …

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Impact of Muscle Degeneration in Chronic Low Back Pain

This is a prospective cohort study. Patients with lumbar degenerative diseases and symptoms of nerve compression (radiculopathy or neurogenic claudication) who will undergo surgical treatment for neural decompression (discectomy, foraminotomy or laminectomy). The cohort will be followed by a team researcher (not blinded to the purpose of the study) at …

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Effectiveness and Safety of Korean Medicine Treatment for Cervical Disc Herniation

This is a prospective observational study to the aim of investigating the effectiveness and safety of integrative Korean medicine treatment (generally consisting of herbal medicine, Chuna manual medicine, bee venom pharmacopuncture and pharmacopuncture, acupuncture, electroacupuncture, and cupping) in cervical disc herniation patients with neck pain or cervical radiculitis diagnosed by …

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Non-organic Signs to Predict Outcomes for Neck Pain

Seventy-two patients with cervical radiculopathy undergoing an initial ESI for this pain episode will undergo a comprehensive history and physical examination that includes the presence of Spurling test, midline and paraspinal tenderness, 9 non-organic tests in 5 categories, and 3 questionnaires to assess depression, anxiety, sleep, and somatization. Non-organic signs …

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Comparison of Two Modes of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) in Chronic Neuropathic Radiculalgia

TENS is already recommended in clinical practice to treat chronic neuropathic pain. The objective of this study is to compare the efficacy of 2 different modes of TENS: conventional TENS (c-TENS) and mixed-frequency TENS (m-TENS). Randomization will determine the mode that the patient has to test during the first month. …

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Efficacy of Ultrasound Versus Short Wave Diathermy in the Treatment of a Slipped Disc of the Lower Back

Chronic lumbar pain is a common problem which results in reduced functionality, quality of life and well being. Chronic low back pain also results in many missed days of work and so is an economic burden as well as a social one. Subacute and chronic conservative treatment of low back …

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Adjacent Segment Disease After Anterior Cervical Decompression Surgery

SUMMARY Radiculopathy and/or myelopathy due to cervical degenerative disc disease are increasingly common pathologies in our ageing population. Both can be treated non-surgically or surgically. The most commonly used neurosurgical treatment is anterior cervical discectomy with or without fusion. The goal is to achieve neural decompression of the operated segment …

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rebro Multicenter Study on Operative Treatment of Cervical Radiculopathy

Both ACDF and PF are effective in surgical treatment of CR. However, the techniques has different complication profiles and carry different costs. No comparative study with high level of evidence has been published, why the basis for clinical guidelines are lacking. The study consists of 110 patients with CR not …

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Can Prophylactic Foraminotomy Prevent C5 Palsy

Introduction C5 palsy (C5P) is a well-known, although rare complication of cervical spine decompression surgery.1,2 In severe forms, C5P causes debilitating upper extremity weakness involving the deltoids and/or biceps brachii muscles, ultimately diminishing these patients' quality of life.3 Furthermore, about half of patients with C5P present with sensory deficits and/or …

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Prospective Study of Fusion Rates Using Spira-C Device for Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion Surgery

This is a post-market, single-arm, prospective clinical study to evaluate fusion status and patient reported outcomes using the Spira-C titanium interbody cage for degenerative disc disease where single-level ACDF surgery is indicated. The treatment group will consist of 40 subjects treated with the Spira-C interbody device at one level. Patients …

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