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Chronic Pain Clinical Trials in Oklahoma City, OK

Chronic pain clinical trials, where your involvement will contribute to better health outcomes.

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Chronic Pain Hindering Your Lifestyle?

Consider participating in chronic pain clinical trials.

Chronic pain is persistent pain that lasts beyond the typical time it takes for an injury or illness to heal. It usually persists for at least three to six months or longer. Unlike acute pain, which serves as a warning signal to the body of possible injury or damage, chronic pain often persists even after the initial injury or illness has healed.

We’re conducting chronic pain clinical trials to evaluate mobile application data on patient experience with spinal cord stimulation therapy.

*Participation in the Clinical Trial is completely free of cost and is your choice.

*To participate, fill out the form, and someone from our research staff will call you to determine your eligibility for the Clinical Research Study.

About Chronic Pain Clinical Trials

Our site in Oklahoma City will host a chronic pain study. Participants will be individuals suffering from chronic pain. All study-related care, including investigational medication and diagnostic tests, will be free to participants.

Volunteers who meet these criteria may need to visit the site to undergo screening and enroll in the study. Participants or their legal guardians must sign an Informed Consent form during the screening process. This process involves the study doctor providing detailed explanations of all study requirements and the duration of participation. For participants under the age of 18, it is essential that parents or guardians fully comprehend the study requirements and treatment. They are encouraged to address any queries they have with the study doctor before signing the Informed Consent form.

*The study doctor will take you through every step of the Clinical Trial before you decide to participate and will answer any questions you have about the study treatment.

Chronic pain study: What to Expect?

A research team member will contact volunteers who meet the qualifications for the chronic pain clinical trial via phone. They will be invited to the site to undergo further screening if deemed eligible. The research staff will inquire about your medical history and current health status during this process. Rest assured, all personal information shared will be kept confidential and will not be disclosed to any external parties in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

Should you choose to participate in the research study, the study team, comprised of doctors and nurses, will thoroughly explain the potential risks and benefits of the study. We encourage all interested volunteers to ask any questions they may have. You should sign the Informed Consent Form only after receiving satisfactory answers. If you opt to participate, you will be expected to attend all scheduled study visits and remain available for any additional unscheduled visits recommended by your study doctor.

*Study-related care is offered at no charge. Expert physicians and healthcare professionals conduct thorough physical exams and assessments.*


18 Years and Older


Male & Female


Chronic Pain

Current Status


What happens in Chronic Pain?

Chronic pain is more than just an occasional ache. It’s a persistent and often debilitating condition that lasts for longer than three months. It can affect any part of the body and significantly impact daily life.


  • Depression and anxiety: The constant discomfort and limitations imposed by chronic pain can lead to emotional distress and mental health concerns.
  • Sleep disturbances: Pain can disrupt sleep patterns, leading to fatigue and difficulty concentrating.
  • Social isolation: People with chronic pain may withdraw from social activities due to discomfort or limitations.
  • Reduced work productivity: Chronic pain can significantly impact a person’s ability to work and maintain productivity.
  • Increased healthcare costs: Managing chronic pain often involves ongoing medical care, medications, and therapies, leading to higher healthcare costs.


Chronic pain can manifest in various ways, but some common symptoms include:

  • Aching or throbbing pain
  • Burning or stinging sensation
  • Sharp or stabbing pain
  • Stiffness or tightness
  • Reduced range of motion
  • Sensitivity to touch
  • Fatigue and difficulty sleeping

Frequently Asked Questions

What is chronic pain?

Chronic pain is a persistent or recurring pain that lasts for an extended period, typically lasting for three months or longer. Unlike acute pain, which serves as a warning signal of tissue damage or injury, chronic pain persists beyond the expected healing time and may not have an obvious cause or trigger.

What is a chronic pain clinical trial?

A clinical trial for chronic pain is a research study conducted to evaluate new treatments, medications, or therapies to manage or alleviate chronic pain conditions. These trials aim to improve our understanding of chronic pain mechanisms and develop more effective treatment options.

How can I find chronic pain clinical trials to participate in?

Individuals interested in participating in chronic pain clinical trials can search for ongoing studies on Hightower’s website or fill out the contact form, and we’ll get back to you.