Interested in volunteering for a clinical study? Please fill out the following form so that we may determine your eligibility for one of ACMR’s ongoing or upcoming studies.
We are conducting a study to determine if an epidural injection in the spine reduces neuropathic pain from Lumbosacral Radiculopathy or “Sciatica” (pain that radiates down the legs from the lower back). Patients that qualify for the study will have one screening visit, a 4-day inpatient stay, and 7 to 9 outpatient visits depending on which group you are in. Participants that qualify for the study may receive no cost investigational injection to help treat pain that is tested against a placebo, study related care, and compensation for their time and travel.
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