Transitions Low Back Pain Research Study

The Transitions Low Back Pain study will look at how acute back pain may transition to chronic back pain. This study is enrolling participants in Kannapolis and Durham.  

Interested in enrolling? If you have experienced low back pain recently and want to see if you qualify, please call the study coordinator at (919) 684-5241 or email transitions-study@duke.edu.

View the study flyer.


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Adam Goode, PT, DPT, PhD
Duke Principal Investigator

Adam Goode, PT, DPT, PhD


About the Study 

This study is a collaboration between the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and Duke Orthopaedics. 

Eligible participants in Kannapolis will be asked to: 

  • Complete two study visits at the Duke CTSI office in Kannapolis

  • Provide a small blood sample

  • Complete a brief pain assessment

  • Answer some questionnaires about your physical, mental, and emotional well-being 


Study Qualifications

To qualify for this research study, participants should be:

  • Age 18 or older

  • Experiencing sudden low back pain with no specific cause in the past four weeks 


Study Duration

Participation in the study will last approximately six months, including two visits and online questionnaires.


Compensation

Compensation will be provided for completed study activities.

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