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Actively Recruiting For Lower Back Pain Clinical Trials (And More!)

Clinical researchers test a variety of new treatments for various medical conditions. Those that prove successful receive approval and eventually become a part of the standard treatments for that condition. This research is incredibly important and we are committed to advancing the practice of pain medicine by taking part in clinical trials, in areas such [...]

What’s Going On In The Research Department? Find Out Now!

By Ted Swing, Ph.D New treatments for many different medical conditions are being developed, tested, and approved all the time through the process of clinical research. We feel this research is incredibly important, and we are committed to advancing the practice of pain medicine by taking part in clinical trials. This means enrolling and treating [...]

From The Lab: A Research Study Recap

By Ted Swing, Ph.D Clinical research studies are a critical tool for the advancement of pain medicine. They provide evidence that the Food and Drug Administration uses to decide if a new treatment is safe and effective enough to approve for use in treating a particular condition. These studies can also help convince insurers that [...]

Neuros Medical Study May Offer New Treatment for Lower Limb Amputees

FROM THE LAB By Ted Swing, Ph.D The loss of a leg due to an accident or other cause can pose a number of challenges, from the immediate pain to walking again with prosthesis. Such injuries can also cause severe chronic pain, potentially lasting for years. These patients may have their chronic pain managed with [...]

Relief

An innovative new treatment for Phantom Limb Pain. By Nikki Steele Did you know that the majority of people who have had a limb amputated still report feeling some sensation in the removed limb, such as itching or tingling? As many as 80% of amputees experience a type of this phantom limb pain. This can [...]

2016-10-24T14:05:11-07:00July 15th, 2014|Tags: , , |0 Comments
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