Clinical Research

In working with other leading physicians in their field, the doctors at the Center for Pain Relief have expanded their medical knowledge and expertise. Research is vital to continually being on the cutting-edge of medicine. Our physicians not only research for their own benefit, but share their knowledge by being published in major medical journals. These journals are read by other physicians and specialists and often aid medical advancement.

Bioness StimRouter Study: The purpose is to see if a new investigational medical device can provide safe and effective relief from persistent neurological pain (peripheral nerve) in the arm leg or trunk.

The Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Study is a Patient Registry of Intrathecal Ziconotide Management (PRIZM). It is an open-label, long-term, multi-center, observational study of PRIALT (ziconotide) solution, intrathecal infusion, in patients with severe chronic pain.

Medtronic: Study of the Pharmacokinetics, Safety and Preliminary Efficacy of MDT-15 (clonidine pellets) in Subjects with Lumbosacral Radiculopathy (leg pain).

Boston Scientific RELIEF Study: A global registry to evaluate long-term effectiveness of neurostimulation therapy for pain for all commercially approved Boston Scientific neurostimulation systems.

St. Jude Medical SENSE (Subcutaneous and Epidural Neuromodulation System Evaluation) Study: designed to evaluate the combination of peripheral nerve field stimulation (PNfS) and spinal cord stimulation (SCS) to determine whether the two therapies together offer more effective management of chronic low back and leg pain than SCS alone.

St. Jude Medical SUNBURST Study: The objective is to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of the Prodigy Neurostimulation System using tonic and burst stimulation. It is for patients with chronic intractable pain of the trunk and lower limbs.

Spinal Modulation Clinical Trial to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of the Spinal Modulation AXIUM Neurostimulator System (ACCURATE Trial): The purpose of this research study is to show whether the spinal modulation device is safe and works to treat chronic pain of the lower limbs. This study specifically targets the dorsal root ganglion (DRG). The DRG is an area of the body that helps to deliver the feeling of pain to the brain.

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