The objective of the Pain Study: The Effects of Topical NSAIDS is to determine the effect of topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) with or without medical cannabis for reducing pain and opioid use.
Topical medications have been proven to work for a number of painful conditions including nerve-damage, soft tissue injury and inflammation. This study is designed to determine if there is increased effectiveness and efficiency when a topical medication is used in conjunction with cannabinoid therapy to alleviate pain and decrease opioid use. You must be available to complete monthly electronic surveys.
Your participation in this study will be compensated. The study will run for approximately 24 months although individual participation time may vary.
To pre-enroll in the study as well as to receive further information on eligibility, study requirements and compensation, fill out the form below.