Chronic Low Back Pain

This study is currently active

No medication, mobile heating device.

One visit to clinic lasting 5-6 hours.

Compensation: $150 for participation.

By definition chronic low back pain is a condition that has been present for at least 6 months or more days than not. If there is a radiating component of the low back pain the radiating component must have a pain rating less than the non-radiating component of the low back pain.

Subjects must have a pretreatment level of pain 4 or greater.

Ages 22 through 70.

Pain medications can be used prior to the trial; however, none can be used during the approximate four-hour trial. Other non-pain medications are permitted as needed.

Medications permitted during the trial include medications such as tramadol, codeine, NSAIDs, gabapentin and acetaminophen.

Exclusion Criteria:

Medications including oxycodone, hydromorphone, hydrocodone, fentanyl, and methadone are excluded from the trial. Over the counter medications such as Tylenol and Ibuprofen are permitted.

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