We are now recruiting contributors for a amount of trials across our Centre.
Remember to check the eligibility disorders very carefully ahead of making use of for a demo. If you are ineligible for any of our existing trials, remember to check out back again as this part is current periodically.
ACL individual final decision help
We want to listen to your views about ACL operation and non-surgical administration. We need your comments on a client decision assist we are making for kids and adolescents < 18 years old.
Participation involves a five-minute survey and a 30-minute online interview. Please follow the appropriate link to participate:
– Health professionals who manage patients following an ACL rupture
– Children < 18 years old who have ruptured their ACL
– Parents/guardians of children who were < 18 years old when they ruptured their ACL
– Adults who were < 18 years old when they ruptured their ACL
ARAD – Australian Rheumatology Association Database
ARAD collects information about your arthritis and health, the medications you take, your quality of life, and information from state and federal health registries.
This trial aims to increase physical activity to improve the walking ability of people who find walking 800 metres difficult. Participants are randomised to either receive support via health coaching over the phone or motivational text messages.
This study aims to see if Pentosan Polysulfate (PPS) can improve the knee pain and decrease the cholesterol levels in the bloodstream, and improve blood circulation to the knee joint.
This study aims to find out if a new treatment, called LNA043, promotes the regeneration of the cartilage tissue in the knee joint and is safe and well tolerated when administered at different doses and frequencies in patients with knee osteoarthritis
This study compares the use of disruptive digital technology to usual care in those who have recently undergone total knee replacement or spinal surgery.
The PROPOSE (Professional Referral to Physical Activity, Sport and Exercise) study is looking to interview people aged 50+ across Australia who have seen a physiotherapist in the past two years. Interviews will take approximately 30 minutes and will be conducted by phone or video call.
This study compares the use of stem cell injections versus placebo in persons with knee osteoarthritis.
SUcceSS is the world’s first randomised placebo-controlled study of decompression surgery for lumbar canal stenosis.
The TANGO study is about the development of informational leaflets to help older people with musculoskeletal pain reduce their use of opioid medications.
The TEXT4myBACK study will investigate if a lifestyle focused self-management text message intervention helps people with back pain.
This survey aims to investigate the volunteering activities of physiotherapists in Australia. We welcome AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) registered physiotherapists in Australia as well as APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association) members, including physiotherapy students, working and retired professionals to complete this 10-minute survey.
“What is important to clinicians about digital devices in rehabilitation?” survey
We invite physiotherapists and occupational therapists from Australia and Brazil to participate in this 15–20 minute survey about the use of digital devices in rehabilitation.