EUGENE, Ore. (KMTR) -- The NeuroSpine Institute is seeking participants for a couple clinical trials to test treatments for chronic lower back pain.
Both studies involve minimally invasive procedures; one is a needle in the skin, another is a small incision of less than one inch.
The company sponsoring the trials takes care of surgical and care expenses, so patients don't have to pay.
Folks with relevant symptoms are encouraged to contact the Institute to learn more about the tests. NeuroSpine's website
offers more details on the process.