Chronic Pain-related Research - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Center for Pain Management Research

Participating in clinical trials is one approach for eligible patients/volunteers to get actively involved in their health care, gain access to potentially new research treatments, have access to expert medical care for the condition being studied, and help others by contributing to medical research.Many of the clinicians at the Center for Pain Management are actively involved in research and academic activities.  Ongoing research projects include the investigation of outcomes among patients with Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), fibromyalgia, and chronic radicular pain.  Additionally, our goal is for every patient coming through the program to be followed over time, so we can look at outcomes of our treatment long term and learn how a patient is impacted by participating in interdisciplinary pain management.

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Center for Pain Management

980 N. Michigan Ave., Ste. 800
Chicago, IL 60611 (hours / map)

  312-238-7800

Fax: 312-238-7881


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