7 results for ""pain management""
This study is testing new technology using an activity tracker and text messaging on people receiving spinal cord stimulators. The trackers hope to tell us if this a more accurate way of obtaining information about their pain, sleep, activity levels, and medication usage.
The purpose of this study is to compare the use of Botox and anti-CGRP antibody therapies in chronic migraine management to see which treatment option provides the most improvement in pain, disability, and frequency of headaches. This study will use retrospective analysis, and the findings will serve as a basis for establishing further research comparing the two therapies.
RELIEF: A Global Registry to Evaluate Long-Term Effectiveness of Neurostimulation Therapy for Pain Management
This is a registry for patients who have been pre-approved for treatment of their lower back and/or lower extremity pain with a Boston Scientific Spinal Cord Stimulator system (Spectra WaveWriter). The goal of the registry is to track the patients real-world pain experience when treated with neurostimulation. Participation starts prior to the trial procedure, extending post permanent implant with follow-up visits at 6-month, 12-month, 24-month, and 36-month. Visit activities include questionnaires and a pain/paresthesia drawing.
This study evaluates whether the Altius System, an experimental device, can help treat post-amputation pain, providing pain management.
Prospective Clinical Trial of Duty Cycled Stimulation Using the Senza™ Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) System
This study is testing the safety and effectiveness of a type of stimulation programming called Duty Cycling in people with an existing Senza Spinal Cord Stimulation system for at least 3 months experiencing chronic intractable pain of the trunk and/or limbs to provide pain management.
SINERGY: A prospective, Multi-center Randomized, Assessor Blind, Controlled Study Comparing Lateral Branch Cooled Radiofrequency Denervation to conservative Therapy as Treatment for Sacroiliac Join Pain in a Military and Civilian Population
This study is a randomized, blind, comparison study between two treatments for sacroiliac joint pain management ; Standard Medical Management (SMM) and Cooled Radiofrequency Ablation (CRF). Standard medical management includes: medications, physical therapy, lifestyle changes, acupuncture, yoga, chiropractic, and therapeutic injections. And Cooled Radiofrequency Ablation is a minimally invasive procedure allowing targeted treatment of sensory nerves causing pain. It uses circulated water and heat to deactivate the nerve. 3-Months post randomized treatment, subjects may be eligible to cross-over from SMM to CRF. The study has follow-up visits which includes a 1-Month, 3-Month, 6-Month, 9-Month and 12-Month visit.
NAVITAS and ENVISION: A Study to Characterize the Relationship Between Select Objective Metrics and Clinical Outcomes in Chronic Pain Patients Treated with Boston Scientific Neurostimulation Systems
This is a registry for patients who have been pre-approved for treatment of their lower back and/or lower extremity pain with a Boston Scientific Spinal Cord Stimulator system (Spectra WaveWriter) for pain management. The goal of the registry is to track the patients real-world pain experience when treated with neurostimulation. Participants are provided a phone, watch, and biosensors patches to help track their pain. Participation in the study starts prior to the trial procedure and extends post permanent implant with follow-up visits at 3-month, 6-month, 12-month. Patients have the option of extending participation to 24-month, and 36-month.