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Chronic Pain

Hightower’s research has played a pivotal role in advancing the understanding and management of chronic pain conditions.


Need to Know About Chronic Pain Study

Chronic pain, a constant and often debilitating condition, affects millions worldwide. It can manifest in various forms, from persistent backaches to widespread joint pain, significantly impacting daily life. While treatments exist, managing chronic pain can be a complex challenge.

Hightower has conducted clinical trials for Chronic Pain to evaluate the efficacy, safety, comfort, and compliance with the Nalu Neurostimulation System in adult subjects with chronic leg and back pain.

Current Status

Not Recruiting

Study Count


Study Information

Conducted Chronic Pain Trials & Study

Study NameProtocol NumberSponsor
Chronic PainNAL-01-2020-USNalu Medical
NAL-02-2020-USNalu Medical

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of chronic pain conditions are studied in clinical trials?

Clinical Trials for Chronic Pain may focus on a wide range of pain conditions, including but not limited to neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, back pain, migraine, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), and post-surgical pain.

What should I expect if I participate in a chronic pain clinical trial?

Participation in a chronic pain clinical trial typically involves several steps, including screening for eligibility, providing informed consent, undergoing baseline assessments, and receiving the assigned treatment or intervention according to the trial protocol.

What are the potential benefits of participating in a chronic pain clinical trial?

Participation in a chronic pain clinical trial may offer several potential benefits, including access to cutting-edge treatments or therapies not yet widely available outside the trial setting.