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A Prospective, Multicenter Observational Study on MAST™ (Minimal Access Spinal Technologies) Fusion Procedures for the Treatment of the Degenerative Lumbar Spine

The aim of the study is to observe and document surgical practice and evaluate patients' outcomes following a MAST™ single or double level instrumented fusion procedure using PLIF (Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion) or TLIF (Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion) techniques for the treatment of the degenerative lumbar spine in a "real-world" patient population.


Human Autograft Mesenchymal Stem Cell Mediated Stabilization of The Degenerative Lumbar Spine

Investigate the potential of tissue grafting that includes human mesenchymal stem cells in the repair and potential stabilization of the degenerative Lumbar disk and facet joint denovo and at the time of surgical reconstruction. Our hypothesis proposes that stabilization will help restore normal structure and function in the degenerative lumbar spine may decrease chronic low back pain associated with the biomechanical demise of the degenerative disk or facet and may improve the...

Comparative Study of the Results of Anterior and Posterior Arthrodesis in Degenerative Lumbar Pathology

To compare the functional results through the improvement of the Oswestry medium-term score of the lumbar arthrodesis performed to treat patients with lumbago and/or lumbar-radicular pain due to degenerative lesions of the lumbar spine: degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis spondylolisthesis or adult dislocation scoliosis.


Is Postoperative Bracing Necessary After Spine Surgery for Degenerative Conditions

This study was started from Oct. 2015. This study aimed to evaluate the outcome of bracing following transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) in patients with degenerative lumbar spine diseases.

Increasing Long-Term Physical Activity After Lumbar Spine Surgery

After recuperating from low back surgery patients often perpetuate a sedentary lifestyle because they are concerned about injury and recurrent pain. The objective of this study is to test the feasibility of a program to increase lifestyle walking starting several months after low back surgery.

Lumbar Bracing for People With Type I Modic Changes

Despite the high prevalence of low back pain, little is still known about its underlying pathology. Only a small proportion of people (~1%) have a diagnosable pathoanatomical entity causing low back pain. The other types of back pain are classified as non-specific low back pain. Thus, current back pain management typically focuses on relieving symptoms. This is largely ineffective without understanding the cause. Yet, there are some pathologies which are thought to be associate...

Decision Making in Degenerative Lumbar Spine : CT vs. MRI

To identify the optimal imaging modality involved in decision making in patients with degenerative lumbar spine using CT vs. MRI.

The Effect of Diaphragm Muscle Training on Chronic Low Back Pain

Brief Summary: Low back pain is very common problem in all the developed countries and affects children to elderly. Based on the etiology the low back pain is divided into two type: nonspecific and specific low back pain. If the pathological reason is known it is defined as specific and if the reason for the pain is unknown it is defined as nonspecific low back pain. The postulated reason for nonspecific low back pain is the segmental instability of the lumbar spine. Diaphragm ...

Reliability of an Objective Measurement to Assess Lumbar Spine Motion in Healthy Controls and in Low Back Pain Patients

Main of the study is to assess the reliability of a new objective tool to measure lumbar spine motion. The data will be collected from healthy subjects and subjects with frequent or daily low back pain in the last three months. In addition we compare the results of the motion measurements with disability and pain questionnaires such as the Roland Morris, Oswestry Disability Index and the Brief Pain Inventory.

The Effects of Thrust Joint Manipulation on the Resting and Contracting Thickness of Transversus Abdominis in Subjects With Low Back Pain

The primary aim of this study is to examine how different physical therapy interventions affect the resting state and contraction state of a certain abdominal muscle in patients with low back pain.

Performance Assessment Of The PMD-200 In Subjects With Degenerative Lumbar Spine Disease Who Requires Surgical Procedure

Performance assessment of the PMD-200, a novel pain monitor, in subjects with degenerative lumbar spine disease who requires surgical procedure

Lumbar Brace Deployment in the Emergency Department for Benign Low Back Pain

Low back pain accounts for billions of dollars in health care expenditures. Most cases of back pain do not have a clear cause. Thus, low back pain management methods usually rely on targeting people' pain and discomfort. Painkillers, including opioids, are usually prescribed in the emergency departments for people with low back pain. But, like all medications, painkillers can have side effects, and some of those can be serious. There are also serious concerns about the overuse ...

Minimally Invasive Surgery Techniques for One-level Degenerative Lumbar Deformities Correction

This study will be conducted at Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics (NRITO) n.a. Ya.L.Tsivyan, Novosibirsk, Russia. The current study is prospective pilot clinical study to demonstrate the possibility and effectiveness of performing modified technique of MIS TLIF, supplemented by segmental vertebrotomy, to correct segmental deformity of lumbar spine. It is expected to enroll 10 patients aged 18-70 with segmental deformity of lumbar spine, caused by degene...

Correlation Between the Lower Extremities and Lumbar Degenerative Diseases of the Elderly

The study has before mentioned the concept of "knee - spine syndrome" domestically, on the basement of which, the new study intends to perform another further study on the relationship between lumbar and lower extremity degenerative diseases.

Lumbar Back Bracing Study

The main objectives of this study are to evaluate the benefits of back bracing in the symptomatic management of patients with CLBP due to degenerative lumbar disc disease. The plan is to study patients with uncomplicated CLBP without symptoms of radiculopathy or neurogenic claudication. The secondary objectives of the study are to evaluate if a back brace provides any additive benefit to usual care consisting of exercise and patient education in patients with CLBP due to...

Effects of Unstable Shoes on Trunk Muscle Activity, Lumbar Spine Kinematics and Pain in Patients With Low Back Pain

Aim: To compare trunk muscle activity, lumbar spine range of motion (ROM) and LBP during gait using an unstable shoe (Intervention group) and a conventional stable control shoe (Control Group). Design: Randomized Controlled Trial. Setting: A Biomechanics laboratory. Population: Patients with Low Back Pain.

Individualized Rehabilitation Program for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

Lumbar spinal stenosis with neurogenic claudication is a common condition in the elderly population and is characterized by bilateral buttock, thigh, or calf discomfort and/or pain, as well as by weakness precipitated by walking and prolonged standing. Self-management options include physical therapy, which includes exercise as a core component for improving the flexibility and mobility of the spine and hips. A Williams flexion protocol has historically been used to treat low-b...

The Effect of Lordosis on Clinical Outcome After Spinal Fusion for One-level Degenerative Spondylolysthesis

Degenerative spondylolisthesis is a common spinal degenerative disease. It is defined as the slippage of one vertebrae on the vertebrae bellow. In the process of spinal ageing and spinal joint degeneration, the spine becomes subjected to degenerative development that results in joint instability, shifting of vertebrae and can be responsible for a progressive kyphosis of the lumbar spine and sagittal imbalance with forward inclination of the trunk and chronic low back pain devel...

A Prospective Study to Compare Bupivacaine and Exparel Versus Bupivacaine or Exparel Alone for Postoperative Pain Relief

The purpose of this study is to collect information about how patients feel when doctors manage their pain after lumbar spine surgery using a combination of EXPAREL® and bupivacaine injected into the lumbar spine at the end of surgery, compared to the patients that doctors use only EXPAREL® or bupivacaine to manage their pain. This information will help doctors determine which approach works best for patients who will receive surgery in their lumbar spine in the future.

Surgery Treatment of Degenerative One-level Stenosis of Lumbar Spine

The main method of treating degenerative stenosis of the lumbar spine is to perform decompression and fusion. Traditionally, this surgery is performed through median lumbar access. Minimally possible surgical trauma is of exceptional importance, because the patients suffering from degenerative stenosis are predominantly elderly and senile aged. It's well known that the use of minimally invasive techniques allows for a sufficient and reliable fusion segment, but the question is ...

Efficacy of the Lumbar Stabilization and Thoracic Mobilization Exercises in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients

Chronic low-back pain (CLBP) is a heterogeneous group of disorders, which according to the new classification of the International Association for Pain Research (IASP), is recognized as an independent entity and belongs to a mixed type of pain caused by central sensitization , which is present for more than 12 weeks. Studies have found that lumbar segmental instability (LSI) is one of the most significant cause of lumbar pain through the movement of each spinal segment where de...

Spinal Manipulative Therapy for Low Back Pain

Context: Acute low back pain (LBP) is a common reason for consultations in primary care. Reducing the pain in the first hours and days and restoring the functional capacity of the lumbar spine may result in a decrease in medical costs and earlier return to work. Objective: To determine the impact of spinal manipulation on pain and analgesic use in acute low back pain.

Manual Therapy and Strengthening for the Hip in Older Adults With Chronic Low Back Pain

Older adults with chronic low back pain (LBP) are at a greater risk for disability, loss of independence, and lower quality of life. Experts agree that LBP is not a homogeneous condition, and treatments should differ based upon clinical presentation. One particular subgroup of older adults with chronic LBP are those that also have hip pain and muscle weakness; in addition, many of these individuals have limited and painful movement of the lumbar spine. Our past work indicates t...

Efficacy of Intradiscal Injection of BM-MSC in Subjects With Chronic Low Back Pain (LBP) Due to Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD) Unresponsive

This will be a multicenter, prospective, double blind, randomized phase 2/3 trial comparing culture-expanded allogeneic adult BM-MSCs with sham-treated controls. This trial will evaluate the efficacy of intradiscal injection of BM-MSCs in chronic low back pain due to lumbar degenerative disc disease (DDD) unresponsive to conventional therapy . Visual analog scale (VAS) and functional status (by Oswestry Disability Index - ODI) will be evaluated 12 months after treatment, defi...

Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial (SPORT): Degenerative Spondylolisthesis With Spinal Stenosis

This study tests the effectiveness of different treatments for the three most commonly diagnosed conditions of the lower backbone (lumbar spine). The purpose is to learn which of two commonly prescribed treatments (surgery and nonsurgical therapy) works better for specific types of low back pain. In this part of the study, we will treat patients with spinal stenosis (a narrowing of spaces in the backbone that results in pressure on the spinal cord and/or nerve roots) cau...


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