- Subjects presenting a diagnosis of peripheral neuropathic pain, defined as pain caused
by a lesion of the peripheral nervous system manifesting with sensory symptoms and
signs, for at least 6 months at screening.
- At baseline, subjects must have completed at least 4 daily pain diaries and must have
a mean weekly pain score equal or greater than 4.
- Presence of any of the following diagnoses: Cervical or lumbo-sacral radiculopathy;
Operated or non-operated chronic low back pain Carpal tunnel syndrome or any other
entrapment-related neuropathic pain (defined as pain associated with focal nerve
lesion produced by constriction or mechanical distortion of the nerve, within a
fibrous or fibro-osseous tunnel, or by a fibrous band) ; Complex regional pain
syndrome (type 1 and 2); Fibromyalgia.