Telehealth mindfulness-based intervention (MBI) for Lumbar Spine Surgery
This trial will compare two behavioral interventions to see if they help people recovering from lumbar spinal surgery with pain-related, functional, opioid use, and psychosocial outcomes. Participants will be randomly assigned and attend 8, weekly sessions with a coach over telehealth.
- Lumbar Spine Surgery
- Chronic Lower Back Pain
- Post-Surgical Pain
5 Primary · 18 Secondary · Reporting Duration: Preoperative, 2 weeks postoperative, 3 months postoperative, 6 months postoperative
2 Treatment Groups
Telehealth Education (EDU)
1 of 2
Telehealth mindfulness-based intervention (MBI)
1 of 2
72 Total Participants · 2 Treatment Groups
Primary Treatment: Telehealth mindfulness-based intervention (MBI) · No Placebo Group · N/A
Who is running the clinical trial?
Age 18+ · All Participants · 8 Total Inclusion CriteriaMark “Yes” if the following statements are true for you:
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the current capacity of this research project?
"Confirmatively, the details stored on clinicaltrials.gov indicate that this research trial is actively recruiting participants. Originally posted on February 22nd 2023 and last updated March 9th 2023, 72 patients are being sought from a single location." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Are new participants still being accepted for this experiment?
"According to the clinicaltrials.gov listing, this medical trial is actively recruiting patients at present. It was initially made available on February 22nd 2023 and has been recently revised as of March 9th 2023." - Anonymous Online Contributor
What are the aims of this research endeavor?
"The purpose of this trial, monitored over a 3 month period post-surgery, is to evaluate its enrollment rate. Secondary objectives encompass Pain Interference Short-form 8a from the Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System with response options ranging from 'not at all' to 'very much', Overall Pain Intensity as rated on a 0-10 scale and Back & Leg Pain Intensity measured across two items both scored on a 0-10 scale when medication has worn off. A lower score in any of these measures denotes better outcomes for patients." - Anonymous Online Contributor