Post-Herpetic Neuralgia: Chronic pain related to Shingles

Description:We are currently looking for individuals who have a documented diagnosis of Post-Herpetic neuralgia (PHN). PHN manifests in moderate to severe chronic (more than 6 months) pain in patients with a history of shingles (herpes zoster rash) and is located in the area of shingles outbreak.  This study is looking to evaluate safety of the medication, as well as its efficacy, whether this medication is able to control shingles-related pain. This study is approximately 78 weeks and will require our patients to come in for regular clinic visits.

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

Description:  We are currently looking for individuals who have a documented diagnosis of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). CRPS is a painful condition that occurs after a significant injury or surgery of any extremities. To this day there is no treatment for symptoms of CRPS that is effective enough. The study is looking to evaluate if a trial medication is effective in relieving pain in people suffering from CRPS.

Your time in this trial will last up to 14 months. You will need to visit our clinic up to 17 times. To be in this trial, you must have had CRPS symptoms for less than 2 years. The trial doctor will review more requirements with you.

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Painful Diabetic Neuropathy (PDN)

Description: We are currently looking for individuals who have a documented diagnosis of Painful Diabetic Neuropathy (PDN). Diabetes is a leading cause of neuropathy. PDN manifests pain that is distal, symmetrical, commonly described as burning, excruciating, stabbing present with tingling or numbness and is often associated with nocturnal exacerbations. This study is looking to evaluate safety of the medication, as well as its efficacy, whether this medication is able to control PDN. This study is approximately 17 weeks and will require our patients to come in for regular clinic visits.

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