Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow Pain Clinical Trials

Join Our Tennis Elbow Pain Clinical Trial

Are you struggling with tennis elbow pain? You might be eligible to participate in our clinical trial testing a new single-dose medicine.

Tennis elbow is the most common cause of persistent elbow pain, making up about two-thirds of elbow pain cases seen by general practitioners.

Who Can Join?

  • Men and women aged 18-65
  • Body Mass Index (BMI) between 18-35 kg/m²

Who Cannot Join?

  • Those who had corticosteroid injections in the last 6 months
  • Those who can’t stop using pain medication
  • Those who had surgery on the affected elbow for tennis elbow
  • Those with other elbow or arm conditions like medial epicondylitis, radial tunnel syndrome, or carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Those with infections or arthritis in the affected elbow, recent trauma, or neuromuscular issues

What Does the Trial Involve?

  • Screening Visit: Initial check to see if you’re eligible
  • Outpatient Visits: Regular check-ins and assessments
  • Follow-Up Visit: Post-treatment evaluation
  • End-of-Trial Visit: Final assessment of your condition

What’s in it for you?

  • Travel Reimbursement: Worried about the cost of getting to our clinic? We’ve got you covered for reasonable travel costs.

Duration: The trial lasts three months.
If you fit the criteria and are interested in participating, please contact us for more information. Your participation could help find a new effective treatment for tennis elbow pain!

How to Apply:
To determine your eligibility for this clinical trial, please fill out our online eligibility form. This brief questionnaire will help us understand your medical history and pain management needs.

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