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BFR After Bicep Tenodesis

A randomized controlled pilot study evaluating the effect of occlusion training on bone density and function of the upper extremity following a biceps tenodesis.


BFR DISTRAD: Blood Flow Restricted Training During Rehabilitation Following Distal Radius Fracture Repair

Occlusion training, resistance exercise performed with a specialized venous tourniquet, leads to beneficial changes in muscle strength at low resistance and minimal stress on the nearby joint. This novel resistance training has the potential to greatly improve muscle strength gains in individuals who are unable, for medical reasons, to perform the high resistance exercises typically required to improve strength. Our study will examine the effect of this technique on strength re...

Electrical Stimulation for the Treatment of Post-Stroke Shoulder Pain

Post-stroke shoulder pain is defined as pain in the shoulder area that starts after a person has had a stroke. The SPR System is an investigational device that is being studied for the relief of post-stroke shoulder pain. The SPR System uses electrical stimulation and includes a Trial Stage (where a temporary system is used to see if the subject may benefit from this type of therapy) and may include an Implant Stage (where a small device is implanted under the skin in the che...


Observational Study of Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain After Recent Stroke

This is an observational study to address the following questions. 1. How many people develop stroke-shoulder pain within 3 days of stroke? 2. How many people have stroke shoulder pain at 8-10 weeks after stroke? 3. Does having stroke-shoulder pain within 3 days of stroke predict the likelihood of having stroke-shoulder pain at 8-10 weeks? 4. What are the best bedside examination tests to identify stroke-shoulder pain?

The Effects of a Tourniquet in Total Knee Arthroplasty.

About 5000 total knee arthroplasties (TKA) are performed annually in Norway. Pain and reduced physical function is present in patients operated with TKA up to a year after surgery and about one of five patients are not satisfied with the outcome from TKA surgery. The use of tourniquet during surgery may also have impact on pain and physical function. Whether TKA surgery should be performed with or without the use of tourniquet, is a much-debated issue in orthopedic surgery toda...

Shoulder Symptom Irritability Scale: A Single-Blinded Observational Study

The purpose of this study is to examine the reliability and use of the shoulder symptom irritability classification system for the purposes of determining an appropriate treatment intensity to better help people with shoulder pain.

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BFR DISTRAD NON OP: Blood Flow Restricted Training During Rehabilitation Following Distal Radius Fracture

Occlusion training, resistance exercise performed with a specialized venous tourniquet, leads to beneficial changes in muscle strength at low resistance and minimal stress on the nearby joint. This novel resistance training has the potential to greatly improve muscle strength gains in individuals who are unable, for medical reasons, to perform the high resistance exercises typically required to improve strength. Our study will examine the effect of this technique on strength re...

Short- Versus Long-duration Tourniquet Use During Total Knee Replacement (TKR)

To establish whether a short duration of tourniquet application (from cement fixation to cement setting)is associated with better patient functional outcomes compared to a long duration of tourniquet application (from surgical incision to cement setting). It is hypothesised that tourniquet application during cement fixation only (approximately of 20-30 min duration) will be associated with less pain and impairment than a longer tourniquet application (> 45 minutes).

Muscle Function, Central Nervous System Sensitization, and Pain Profiling in Patients With Subacromial Pain (SAP-CNSS).

In this case-control study, the investigators compare shoulder muscle function, pain, and central nervous system sensitization in patients with Subacromial Pain (SAP) to that in healthy controls. The investigators also examine if a relationship exists between shoulder symptom duration and central sensitization, shoulder muscle function and shoulder pain distribution in patients with SAP.

Trial for Shoulder Pathology and Pain in Chronic SCI

This research study will investigate in a 12-week home exercise program to see whether it is effective in improving shoulder pathology and reducing shoulder pain in persons with chronic spinal cord injury. The research study will involve ultrasound shoulder examinations of your shoulders using a non-invasive medical ultrasound machine, as well as clinical shoulder examinations and completion of a number of pain questionnaires.

Tourniquet Pressure in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty

This proposed novel randomized control trial (RCT) seeks to address this gap in TKA protocol by gaining a better understanding of the relationship between tourniquet pressure and time, and intraoperative performance and post-operative outcomes. This study does not seek to answer the question of "tourniquet vs no tourniquet", but to seek a tourniquet usage that would maximize the intraoperative benefits for the surgeon and minimize the negative consequences for patient outcomes....

the Effect of Tracleer on Tourniquet-associated Hypertension

Tourniquet is widely used in orthopedic surgery. However, prolonged tourniquet inflation may cause a gradual rise in blood pressure, which named as tourniquet-associated hypertension. Thus, to effectively prevent the tourniquet related hemodynamic responses is important for patients receiving limb surgery. Tracleer is an endothelin receptor antagonist indicated for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension. Tracleer can also be used to treat retistant hypertension. At p...

The Effect of a Shoulder Training Program to Prevent Shoulder Pain Among Girls in Junior Team Handball

Very little is known about the potential for preventing the prevalence of shoulder complaints in handball players, particularly younger players. The aim of this study ss to evaluate a shoulder--training program on shoulder pain during a season of team handball.

StimRouter™ for Pain Management in Post-stroke Shoulder Pain

StimRouter Neuromodulation System includes an implanted lead which provides peripheral nerve stimulation for chronic pain. Post-stroke shoulder pain patients will be the focus of this study. After meeting inclusion/exclusion criteria, approximately 50 enrolled patients will participate in the study through 6 months of follow-up. Various measures will be used to assess patient response to use of the device.

Psychomotor Therapy as Complimentary Treatment to Patients With Shoulder Pain.

Some patients with shoulder pain have decreased body awareness (BA). To some degree, pain among these patients can be increased due to their lack in BA. Psychomotor therapy is thought to improve BA and thereby increase the effect of traditional therapy, such as physiotherapy and exercises. The aim of this study is therefore to investigate if psychomotor therapy, as a complimenting treatment to physiotherapy, decreases shoulder patients' function deficits and pain reported ...

Infraclavicular Block: Decreased Incidence of Tourniquet Pain, Compared to Axillary Brachial Plexus Block?

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the incidence of tourniquet pain is decreased if infraclavicular nerve block is administered, compared to axillary brachial plexus block, for surgical interventions at the level or distal to the elbow.

Post-operative Pain After Shoulder Surgery

A prospective observational study conducted at the American University of Beirut Medical center that targets patients undergoing shoulder surgeries. It is conducted to to prospectively collect patient, surgery and anesthesia-related variables and perform correlation studies with postoperative pain severity, patients' satisfaction and analgesic consumption following shoulder surgery. In addition, identifying predictors for postoperative pain will contribute to adjust pain ...

Can Parecoxib Reduce Post-operative Ipsilateral Shoulder Pain?

The purpose of this study is to compare the efficacy of parecoxib with placebo on the incidence and severity of postthoracotomy shoulder pain, the amount of analgesic requirement for relieving severity of postthoracotomy shoulder pain and adverse events associated with treatment.

The Pull Test To Determine Responders To Subacromial Injection In Patients With Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder pain is very common. People receive injections in their shoulder for their painful shoulder. However, investigators do not know which patient with shoulder pain responds best to an injection in the shoulder. Investigators plan to use a "Pull Test" where the researcher will pull on the arm and resist shoulder movement to investigate if it helps to determine which patients have better pain relief with the shoulder injection. The study will take place in Anchorage...

Tourniquet Study: A Clinical Trial Into the Effect of Tourniquet Use on the Coagulation System

Knee arthroscopy is the most commonly performed orthopaedic procedure worldwide, with, according to the American Society for Sports Medicine, over 4 million procedures performed each year. The risk of venous thrombosis following this procedure is considerable with rates of symptomatic events varying between 0.9% and 4.6%. It is currently unknown how this high risk comes about considering its short duration and minimal tissue damage caused by the procedure. A factor that may pla...

Study of the Effect of Neck Treatment on Shoulder Impingement

The purpose of this pilot study is to conduct research to determine the most effective physical therapy treatment for a condition called shoulder impingement. This condition occurs when tissue in the shoulder is caught between the humerus (arm bone) and the scapula (shoulder blade). This causes pain when one tries to reach overhead or behind the back. Two treatment methods will be used in the study. The first method uses the traditional treatments of hands-on shoulder stret...

Anatomical Shoulder Domelock System Study

The objectives of this study are to confirm safety and performance of the Anatomical Shoulder Domelock System when used in hemi or total shoulder arthroplasty by analysis of standard scoring systems, radiographs and adverse event records.

A Transparent Elasticized Adhesive Occlusive Compression Bandage for Use as an Arterial Tourniquet

This cross-over study of twenty five healthy human subjects will utilize two active control devices, and two different widths of the investigational device. One active control is representative of the usual care tourniquet applied in hospital settings. The second active control is a windlass tourniquet representative of the pre-hospital and military usual care tourniquet device. Two inch and four inch widths of the investigational device will be evaluated. The purpose of this s...

Comparing Mobilization Techniques for the Hemiplegic Shoulder

One of the main complications after stroke is hemiplegic shoulder pain. It is known that one of the most frequent causes of hemiplegic shoulder pain is a restricted range of motion in the shoulder joint. Therefore, it is neccessary that the passive range of motion is preserved by using the best mobilization technique. The aim of this study is to compare 2 different techniques in order to document their influence on shoulder range of motion and shoulder pain in stroke patients.

Clinical Evaluation of the Integra® Titan™ Modular Shoulder System Generation 2.5 for Primary Shoulder Joint Replacement

A post market, prospective, non-randomized, multi-center, open-label, clinical study using survivorship as the reference performance goal to study the safety and efficacy of the Titan Modular Shoulder System 2.5 when used for primary shoulder arthroplasty.


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