It is estimated that 8 out of 10 Americans will experience low back pain sometime during their lifetimes. Treatments commonly used to treat this condition include physical therapy, injections, and anti-inflammatory medications. While these can be helpful for acute injuries, they often are less effective in patients who have been suffering from back pain for more than 2-3 months.
The overprescribing of opioid medications, which contributed to the recent opioid crisis, was due in part to the lack of effective, non-addictive pain medication treatments. MedVadis Research, in collaboration with our research sponsor partners, is working to change this.
We are now offering the opportunity for participants to take part in a clinical trial that is researching new treatments for this painful and debilitating medical condition. With our research studies, we can finally hope for a future with more effective and non-addictive treatments for patients with chronic low back pain.
By taking part in the study, you can explore new and possibly more effective treatment options, undergo a comprehensive assessment of your back pain condition, as well as gain enhanced self-care knowledge on how to better manage your symptoms - all without resorting to opioid medications which can be addictive.
If you suffer from chronic low back pain, please consider participating in one of our non-opioid back pain trials. Together we can bring safer and more effective pain relief to the millions of individuals afflicted with back pain. Don't wait any longer and join MedVadis Research Chronic Low Back Pain Research Study today!
Healthcare insurance is not required and you may be reimbursed for your time.