Clinical trials for Physiotherapy

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Does Cocareldopa treatment in combination with routine NHS occupational and physical therapy, delivered early after stroke within a stroke service, improve functional recovery including walking and arm function? - DARS - Dopamine Augmented Rehabilitation in Stroke Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A phase IV randomised, placebo controlled, double-blind, single centre, out-patient trial to investigate the functional benefit of botulinum toxin injections combined with physiotherapy treatment for spasticity of the upper limb after stroke - PrOMBiS (Predicting Outcome and Measuring Benefit from Botulinum toxin in Stroke) Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A pilot for a case control study to evaluate the effects of High Dosage Oxygen Therapy as an adjunct to an established program of physiotherapy and rehabilitation for sub acute soft tissue knee conditions in a sample of police officers admitted for rehabilitation to the Police Rehabilitation Centre, Flint House. - High Dosage Oxygen Therapy as an adjunct to physiotherapy Authorised United Kingdom
Is it clinically effective to treat arm flexor spasticity, with Botulinum toxin – type A (BoNTA) and physiotherapy, as soon as signs of abnormal muscle activity are observed? (A phase II study) - Using BoNTA and physiotherapy to manage spasticity in acute stroke Authorised United Kingdom
The Shoulder Window of Opportunity Study (SWOP) - A pragmatic randomised trial comparing corticosteroid injection with timely physiotherapy with physiotherapy alone for older subjects with subacromial impingement syndrome and moderate to severe pain and disability. - The SWOP Study Authorised United Kingdom
Ayurvedic Management of Decreased Mouth Opening due Tobacco Chewing. Recruiting India
Study of Vibration therapy and Hand function in Cerebral Palsy Patients Recruiting India
Psychoneuroendocrine mechanisms of the regulation of hunger and satiety in obese and anorectic subjects Recruiting Germany
Comparison between Muscle Energy Technique and Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy in patients with Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction problem. Recruiting India

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