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CURRENTLY RECRUITING

   
 

We are currently recruiting people for several different research studies about back pain. Each study has it's own set of criteria required for participation, so be sure to pre-screen for each study.

   
 

 

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  The purpose of The LEARNING Study is to measure the effects of an interactive, whole-body video game on movement behavior in people with low back pain.┬áMore information is here.  

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relief   This study is being done because we want to find out what types of treatments work best to treat low back pain, and we want to determine how these treatments work. Learn more here.  

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This study is seeking 18-50-year-olds with and without chronic low back pain symptoms to help researchers discover new ways to treat low back pain. Information can be found here.

 

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  This study is aimed at understanding the role of the lumbar muscle fiber type and neuromuscular control during a clinically accepted lumbar fatigue test (Sorensen Test). Seeking 18-45-year-olds with and without low back pain. More information and a prescreen survey available here.  

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Bend   The BEND Study is a clinical trial examining the effectiveness of two different exercise interventions for low back pain. Here is more information.  

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