Chronic Low Back Pain

Back pain is experienced by nearly every person at some point in their lives. It’s the second most common neurological ailment in the United States. Symptoms of low back pain may include muscle ache, shooting or stabbing pain, limited flexibility or range of motion, or inability to stand straight. If you have been experiencing symptoms such as these for at least 3 months, you may have chronic low back pain.

Summit Research Network participates in research studies for chronic low back pain. If you would like more information about chronic low back pain studies, please call one of the numbers listed above in the top right corner of the page, or fill out the form on the right and we will contact you.

Studies Related to Chronic Low Back Pain

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Fibromyalgia
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All-over pain, body aches, fatigue, tenderness, trouble sleeping and mental fogginess are all symptoms of fibromyalgia.