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Effect of Neuromobılızatıon on Stiffness of Scıatıc Nerve in Patients With Nonspecific Low Back Pain: Randomized Controlled Trial

Summary: Low back pain (LBP) is a common symptom that can be a health problem in worldwide. Studies have shown that 70% to 80% of all people are affected at least once in their lives. Although it is common, the cause of the pain has often not been determined and is referred to as non-specific LBP. The lumbar range of motion decreases, trunk flexion is limited, postural control and muscular stiffness are af...

Effect of Ultrasound-guided Piriformis Muscle Corticosteroid Injection Versus Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for Piriformis Syndrome

Summary: In this study, the investigators aim to compare the effect of extracorporeal shockwave therapy with ultrasound-guided piriformis coticosteroid injection in treatment of PS.

Comparative Effects of Hold Relax With Agonist Contraction and Active Release Therapy on Pain, Functional Disability and Sleep Quality in Piriformis Syndrome

Summary: The aim of this study is to compare the effects of hold relax agonist contraction and active release therapy on reducing pain intensity, improving functioning and sleep quality in patient with piriformis syndrome.~Both these techniques are passive, non-invasive manual therapy techniques which are easy to perform and less time consuming and may yield better outcomes resulting improved quality of li...

NSAIDs in Sciatica (NIS), an Investigator Initiated Randomised Placebo Controlled Trial of Naproxen

Summary: This study will evaluate whether treatment with Naproxen 500 mg twice daily is superior to placebo for the improvement of leg pain in patients with sciatica. Half of patients will receive Naproxen while the other half will receive placebo.

Efficacy of Soluble Dexamethasone by Echo-guided Infiltration Through the Sacrococcygeal Hiatus in Refractory Sciatica: a Prospective Randomised Double-blind Study Versus Placebo

Summary: This is a phase 3 prospective randomised double-blind study versus placebo, measuring the efficacy of soluble Dexamethasone by echo-guided infiltrations through the sacro-coccygeal hiatus in intractable sciatica

Transforaminal Epidural Injection in Acute Sciatica

Summary: Patients suffering from sciatica are treated conservatively for the first 8 weeks due to the favourable prognosis. This period is preferably extended up to 14-16 weeks after which patients may opt for surgery. However, patients may experience severe discomfort due to pain in the leg which can lead to decreased physical activity and socio-economic problems. An adequate therapy to alleviate symptoms...

Effect of Pulsed Mode Radiofrequency on Dorsal Root Ganglion on Tumor Necrotic Factor α Level in Lumbar Disc Related Radicular Pain

Summary: Lumbar radiculopathy is a term that describes symptoms of pain, numbness, and/or weakness that radiate along the sciatic nerve from the lower back to the buttocks and leg (1). Lumbar radiculopathy is a relevant health problem that affects quality of life, resulting in high health costs and economic loss worldwide (2). The reported prevalence of sciatica varies widely from 1.2% and 43% in the gener...

Prediction Of Transforaminal Epidural Injection Success in Sciatica

Summary: Rationale: Treatment with transforaminal epidural injections is part of usual care in patients suffering from lumbar radiculopathy. However, not all patients experience a satisfactory result from this treatment and it is unclear what percentage of patients responds well and if any clinical or radiological factors exist that predict a positive response.~Objectives:~Primary: to develop a model based...

Pre-pilot Study of Spine Registration Using 3D Scanning

Summary: The primary objective is to assess the capability of the device as measured by its consistency, its accuracy, and feedback from surgical staff over the study period.

Integrated Supported Biopsychosocial Self-Management for Back Related Leg Pain

Summary: Guidelines advocate several complementary modalities as alternatives to drugs and other invasive treatments for chronic low back pain (LBP) conditions. However, there is little high-quality research investigating treatments for back-related leg pain, one of the more severe and disabling presentations of LBP. The investigators are conducting a pilot study to assess the feasibility of a future phase...

Precise Ultrasound Localization and Guided Injection for Superior Cluneal Nerve Entrapment

Summary: Low back pain (LBP) is a common complaint in the clinical setting. Among all the differential diagnosis for LBP, superior cluneal nerve (SCN) entrapment is the commonly omitted one. The superior cluneal nerve is the terminal branch of the lateral branches of the posterior rami of the L1-L3 spinal nerves, which passes through the osseous tunnel interposed between the thoracolumbar fascia and iliac ...

Effects of Post Facilitation Stretch Versus Active Isolated Stretching Along With Deep Friction Massage in Wallet Sciatica.

Summary: To compare the effects of post facilitation stretch and active isolated stretch along with deep friction massage on pain pressure threshold of trigger points, disability, muscle length, and hip joint range of motion in wallet sciatica.
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Last Updated: 09/18/2022