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Recovering from COVID-19 Lingering Symptoms Adaptive Integrative Medicine


RECLAIM is an adaptive platform randomized trial comparing the effectiveness of various interventions for lingering symptoms of COVID-19. Many doctors have seen an increase in patients with "long COVID" or Post-COVID Condition.


Fatigue, shortness of breath with exertion, tachycardia, brain fog, insomnia/sleep disturbances, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes, anxiety and depression are some of the persisting symptoms. Our goal is to assess the efficacy of various interventions in the treatment of "long COVID"/Post-COVID Condition.

For more information on current interventions, please visit the Clinical Trials registry,, at:

More intervention targets will be tested more quickly and efficiently 

More diverse patient population and sites will be included

Strengthen our existing knowledge translation plans so that therapies found to be beneficial can be implemented quickly.

Open to Canadian residents ages 18 years of age or older with a history of COVID-19 and lingering symptoms for longer than 3 months.

Participate in Our Study

Participants must be 18 years of age or older and must have had a history of  COVID-19.  Participants must also have had lingering symptoms for longer than three months. Enrollment coming soon!

Number of Participants Enrolled:


Current Participating Sites:



*As of July 8, 2024

CAN-PCC Guidelines and Good Practice Statements for post COVID-19 condition

If you have any questions about our study or how to join, please contact us.


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