SIDRAH SHEIKH, MS
CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR
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ISPPC is not only devoted to delivering the best in pain-management care, but also to furthering the scope of what is medically possible. Listed below are the clinical trials that ISPPC is currently recruiting for. These studies are designed to help provide you with pain relief at little to no cost with the possibility of modest compensation for time and travel. Consider enrolling in a clinical study today, and together we will push the boundaries of science and medicine.
What are clinical trials?
Clinical trials are research programs to determine the effectiveness of new tests and treatments. Before a new procedure is approved for general use, it goes through rigorous testing to ensure its safety and efficacy for use on people.
Before the physicians at International Spine Pain & Performance open a clinical trial, the treatment goes through extensive development and testing. The trial also needs to be confirmed by data and approved by safety monitoring boards, which monitor the progress of the test. The team maintains an avid interest in research and serves as the principal investigator on many clinical trials, including studies on radiofrequency ablation and spinal cord stimulation.
Participants are carefully selected, and the team at ISPP Center makes sure you understand the scope of the trial and what you can expect.
LATERAL BRANCH COOLED RADIOFREQUENCY DENERVATION FOR SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN
This study will be a 12-month prospective, randomized, controlled, prospective, open-label, multi-center clinical study. Adult subjects over the age of 21 with diagnosed chronic intractable sacroiliac joint pain (≥ 3 months), who have been previously unresponsive to conservative therapy and who meet the selection criteria are eligible to participate in this study. Approximately 208 subjects will be enrolled at up to 15 sites in a 1:1 randomization ratio to receive either denervation using the SInergy System (cooled radiofrequency (CRF), treatment group) or standard medical management (SMM, control group). Follow-up will be conducted for a total of 12 months post-Coolief (cooled radiofrequency ablation) procedure, with the primary endpoint being completed at month 3
CLINICAL TRIAL OF WIRELESS CRANIOFACIAL NERVE STIMULATION (CFNS) FOR THE TREATMENT OF CRANIAL AND FACIAL PAIN
The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of craniofacial nerve stimulation for the treatment of neuropathic pain.
A PROSPECTIVE OBSERVATIONAL MULTICENTER STUDY OF HF10 THERAPY IN PATIENTS WHO PREVIOUSLY FAILED TRADITIONAL SPINAL CORD STIMULATION (SCS)
SCS is a well-established pain treatment used in the U.S. for over 30 years. It includes a small implanted device that transmits mild electrical pulses to the spinal cord. The pulses calm the nerves and reduce pain signals to the brain. HF10 is the only SCS treatment designated as superior by the FDA for getting the best results in both chronic back and leg pain.
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