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|Eligible Ages||18 Years - 74 Years|
**Patients must be able to get care at Nellis, Scott, or Travis Air Force Base (a military installation) in order to participate in this study**
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|Jillian E Sylvester, MD|
|Principal Investigator Affiliation||US Air Force|
Category of organization(s) involved as sponsor (and collaborator) supporting the trial.
|U.S. FedU.S. FedU.S. FedOther|
The disease, disorder, syndrome, illness, or injury that is being studied.
|Osteo Arthritis Knee, Pain|
The investigator's primary aim in this study is to determine if regular use of a mindfulness application improves pain outcomes in adults with knee osteoarthritis. The investigator's secondary aim is to determine if self-reported Healthcare-Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) scores predict response to mindfulness treatment in OA. The investigators hypothesize that the use of an mHealth intervention for mindfulness training may be an effective adjunct treatment of chronic knee osteoarthritis pain; specifically, that regular use of a mindfulness application will result in a statistically significant reduction in pain outcomes and improvement in physical function as determined by the KOOS scoring system. The investigators also hypothesize that those with lower baseline self-reported HRQoL scores are more likely to see a greater improvement in their pain and function with use of a mindfulness application than those with higher baseline scores.
Experimental: Intervention with Mindfulness App (Headspace)
Patient education regarding osteoarthritis, its natural history, and common treatments plus the mindfulness (intervention) app.
Active Comparator: Control with Water App (My Water Balance)
Patient education regarding osteoarthritis, its natural history, and common treatments plus the My Water Balance (control) app and provided an in-person demonstration on how to use it.
Device: - Intervention -- "Headspace" mindfulness application
Patients will be provided with a pre-paid 12-week subscription to the mindfulness application, and provided an in-person demonstration on how to use it, and the subscription license code will be recorded for the purposes of tracking use after the conclusion of the study. The intervention group will be asked to use the mindfulness app 10 minutes per day/5 days per week. To standardize Pack usage across all participants, users will be asked to complete the Headspace Essentials", "Pain Management", and "Physical Health" Session Packs.
Device: - Control -- "My Water Balance" application
My Water Balance calculates an individual's recommended daily water requirements and assists users in tracking their daily fluid intake. The control group will be asked to log their water intake for the duration of the study, with requested use of 5 days per week to create an equal control. This application is free to download and use. There are options for in-app purchases and application upgrades, though users will be advised against doing so. Information logged in the application may be stored on a third party server; however, no application data will be extracted by the study team. Application use will be reported via weekly surveys, alone.
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