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Phase III, multicenter, randomized, open-label, multicenter clinical trial comparing treatment with allogeneic mesenchymal cells versus autologous mesenchymal cells and versus active control with hyaluronic acid in patients with knee osteoarthritis.
This is a randomized controlled trial, 44 participants selected based on inclusion criteria from physical therapy department of Surriya Azeem Surgical Hospital, Pattoki. Participants randomly recruited into two groups, 22 in deep stripping group receiving deep stripping with conventional physical therapy and 22 in kneading group receiving kneading with conventional physical therapy. Pain, range of motion and functional mobility are the primary outcomes measured by numeric pain rating scale, universal goniometer and lower extremity functional scale. Data collected at the baseline, at the 6th session, and the 12th session.
In this study, the investigators will be performing intra-articular platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections for patients experiencing pain related to osteoarthritis of the knee. The investigators will be following clinical outcomes, and how they relate to concentrations of the PRP samples as well as following opioid and emergency room utilization pre and post-injection.
It is hypothesized that a single Intra-articular Injection of TTAX03, 100mg in 2mL of saline, will have more benefit with respect to the proportion of responders 12 weeks post-injection than an equal volume of saline, based on the OMERACT-OARSI responder criteria.
This study aims to evaluate the patients' mobility and quality of life prior to their total knee replacement surgery and their progress pre-operatively and 6 months post-operatively using the smart activity tracker. We hypothesize that mobility limitation presents a strong correlation with reduced quality of life.
The purpose of the research is to see if the use of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) at home would reduce knee pain and swelling in people with knee OA and/or chronic knee pain.
The objective of the study was to compare the effects of active release technique and bent leg raise on hamstring flexibility, functional outcomes, and pain in patients with knee osteoarthritis.
This is a prospective, long-term, observational, all-comers, open-label, multi-centre clinical investigation enrolling subjects with knee osteoarthritis who is eligible for treatment with Arthrosamid® according to the Instruction for Use.
This study will include 3 different groups of intervention. First group of knee osteoarthritis patients will be applied both strengthening and 30 minutes bicycle exercises in the same session, 2 days strecthing exercises and 30 minutes walking will be given in seperate days as home program, Second group of knee osteoarthritis patients will be applied both stretching and 30 minutes bicycle exercises in the same session, strengthening exercises and 30 minutes walking will be given in seperate days as home program.Third group of knee osteoarthritis patients will be applied all stretching, strengthening and 30 minutes bicycle exercises in the same session, only 30 minutes walking will be given as home program. The primary outcome measures include the pain, function and the secondary outcome measures include the joint proprioception. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects on outcome measures increasing number of exercises in one session and to determine which exercise types are more suitable to prescribe as a home program.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the usability of the ultrasound devices and common pain relief gel. The ability of the three treatment approaches to reduce pain, stiffness, and functionality as measured by NRS scale and the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Arthritis Index (WOMAC) will be evaluated.