Clinical trials for Neck pain

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The efficacy of botulinum toxin in the treatment of chronic neck symptoms after whiplash injuries Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A comparative study of static magnetic field (SMF) therapy against transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy on mechanical back pain and neck pain Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A randomised clinical trial to determine the effects on the neck range of movement of SNAGs versus exercise Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Acupuncture for chronic neck pain: a pilot for a randomised controlled trial Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Is the McKenzie system in physiotherapy more effective than a Brief Intervention in helping patients cope with their back or neck pain? Not Recruiting United Kingdom
The effectiveness of manual therapy or pulsed shortwave diathermy (PSWD) in addition to exercise and advice for neck disorders; a pragmatic study in physiotherapy clinics Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A comparison of conventional physiotherapy to physiotherapy and behavioural treatment for patients with chronic neck pain Not Recruiting United Kingdom
The ATLAS neck pain trial Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Evaluation of an external device reflecting infra-red body heat loss to the neck area for chronic mechanical neck pain: a randomised, double-blind controlled trial Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A pilot study to assess the effectiveness of adhesive taping in the management of patients with acute and chronic neck pain Not Recruiting United Kingdom

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