Post-Traumatic Headache clinical trials at UCSD
2 in progress, 1 open to new patients
A Study Comparing 1 Subcutaneous Dose Regimen of Fremanezumab Versus Placebo for the Prevention of PPTH
open to eligible people ages 18-70
This is a 12-week, multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of fremanezumab in adult patients aged 18 to 70 years, inclusive, for the prevention of PPTH. Patients will provide written informed consent and during study visits they will use an electronic diary application daily, to report their headache status and other health information. Efficacy and immunogenicity status will be captured periodically and at study termination. The safety will be evaluated through adverse event report, concomitant medication inquiries, ECGs, clinical laboratory tests and physical examination. Additional evaluations will include pharmacokinetic, biomarker, and pharmacogenomics.
San Diego, California and other locations
Sorry, accepting new patients by invitation only
This study evaluates the use of osteopathic manipulation (manual medicine) for migraine headache following traumatic head injury. Headache is an important and very common somatic complaint among people with traumatic brain injury and an important cause of disability in the United States. Over 15-percent of soldiers deployed to Iraq sustained concussion. A majority of these patients suffer from headaches. Many of these are classified as migraine headache that do not respond to medications. Osteopathic manipulation is practiced by physicians in the United States and has been shown to be beneficial in some migraine patients. However, its use in the management of persistent post-traumatic headaches has not been explored. The investigators will use a randomized cross-over design to evaluate post-traumatic migraine patients' response to osteopathic manipulation.
La Jolla, California