Struggling with back pain?
You might be eligible for a new medication free study, being offered through Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Boston,MA), using a mind-body approach to reduce or eliminate pain
A free study is being offered through Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School.
Traditional treatments for chronic pain such as medications, surgery, and/or physical therapy often don't work. We intend to see if a new mind-body therapy will improve pain and quality of life.
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Frequently asked questions
Who Qualifies For The Study
People over the age of 18 with chronic back pain (pain at least three days a week for 3 months)
When Does The Study Start
The study recruits interested participants on a rolling basis. We are constantly seeking interested people. The treatment intervention is provided several times a year.
Does It Cost Money To Participate
No. The study does not charge participants. Parking is free. Materials are provided for free. Participants are provided with a small stipend associated with survey completion.
How Long Is the Study
The intervention lasts up to eight weeks with sessions being held either once or twice a week. Each session lasts approximately 1.5 - 2 hours.
Who Funded The Study
This study is funded through an open philanthropic grant provided by Adam D'Angelo.
How Do I Find Out More Information
Contact the study team at 617-754-2884 or firstname.lastname@example.org.