1477 studies found for: Open Studies | "Joint Diseases"
Facet Wedge Post Market Study
Effectiveness of Vitamin B in Reducing Temporomandibular Joint Disorder Pain
|3||Not yet recruiting||
Biomechanical Determinants and Patterns Associated to the Pathophysiological Cascade of Ankle Arthropathy in Children With Haemophilia: Non-invasive In-vivo Measurement of Foot Joints in Children With Haemophilia During Gait.
Validation of Ultrasound as a Diagnostic Tool for Assessment of Hemophilic Arthropathy of Knees and Ankles
Radiofrequency in Sacroiliac Arthropathy;Bipolar RF 6 Points Versus Monopolar RF at 6 and 3 Points
Effect of Skanlab Regarding Knee Arthrosis
|7||Not yet recruiting||
Does Botulinum A Toxin Help With Pain From Rotator Cuff Arthropathy?
The Norwegian Antirheumatic Drug Register
Botox for Treatment of TMJ Disorder With Bruxism
Post Market Clinical Follow Up of LEGION™ Primary TKS With VERILAST™
Safety Study of Univers® Revers Shoulder Prosthesis
Exploratory Study To Assess the Efficacy and Safety of a Triple Combination for Acute Pain Treatment in Patients With Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMJD).
|13||Not yet recruiting||
Effect of the Use of an Occlusal Plate on the Postural Alignment
Effects of Masseter Manual Therapy on Temporomandibular Dysfunction
|15||Not yet recruiting||
PMCF Study Protocol for PROFEMUR® Gladiator Plasma Femoral Stems and PROCOTYL® L Beaded Acetabular Components
|16||Not yet recruiting||
Radiostereometric Analysis (RSA) of the PROFEMUR® Preserve Classic Femoral Components
|17||Not yet recruiting||
Gait and Functional Outcomes Study Following Total Knee Arthroplasty With Medial-pivot or Posterior-stabilized Implants
|18||Not yet recruiting||
PMCF Study for PROFEMUR® Am Femoral Components and PROCOTYL® O HA Coated Acetabular Components
Post Market Follow-Up Study of the EVOLUTION® Total Knee Arthroplasty System With Cruciate Sacrificing Inserts
Post Market Clinical Follow-Up Study Protocol for PROFEMUR® L Revision Femoral Stems
† Indicates status has not been verified in more than two years