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Post-surgical Neuropathic Pain clinical trial

If you are coping with pain after surgery, then one of our clinical trials may be suitable for you.

We are currently enrolling volunteers to take part in our clinical trials for people living with post-surgical nerve pain that feels like: burning, painful cold or electric shocks which may be combined with feelings of tingling, pins & needles, numbness and itching, etc. 

Eligible participants may:

  • Have the results of any additional investigations undertaken with the results also forwarded to their GP. 
  • Have their travel costs reimbursed.
  • Help future generations with new treatments by contributing to medical research. 
  • Receive regular monitoring at trial visits, including blood pressure, pulse rate, ECG, blood and urine tests, height and weight, etc. 

If you would like to register your interest for this trial, then please complete our online registration form and a member of our research team will be in touch.

Register your interest

When you register your interest with Accellacare (which is part of ICON plc), our team will review your information and connect you with studies that you may be eligible for. When we find a match, Accellacare clinical research specialists will contact you directly for further pre-screening. Please see our Privacy Policy for further details.

Data Protection

ICON plc is the data controller of the personal data, including health data, you choose to provide. We rely on your consent to use this information to identify potentially appropriate clinical trials for you and contact you about them. When we call you for further pre-screening, note that these calls will be recorded.

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Please note: You may or may not benefit medically from taking part and you are able to opt out at anytime and do not have to give us a reason for doing so. Your GP will be informed about your participation and all medical assessments that will be carried out as part of the study. If during screening any abnormal results are found your GP will also be informed.