STUDIES; NOW ENROLLING
Whether you want more information, are interested in alternative treatments for an existing condition, would like to receive a second opinion, or simply want to assist in the evolution of science, you are helping build medical therapies that may someday offer better treatments for a variety of illnesses. The studies we are conducting involve people of all types, with a wide range of conditions.
Participants that join a study:
Are seen by Board-Certified Physicians
Receive quality care and attention for specific diagnosis' as well as study related exams (including blood work)
May receive study treatment
There are no costs to you, & no insurance is necessary. You may receive compensation for your time and travel during participation.
We start new studies regularly, so if you would like to participate, but don't see a study for you, please reach out.
Feeling skeptical? We understand, and we want you to feel comfortable. Questions are encouraged!
Please feel free to contact us, or you can check out FAQ, and our Blog for more information.
Our currently enrolling studies can be found below.
18-75 years old
Diagnosis of Hypertension (treated or untreated)
Be willing to wear a 24-hour Blood Pressure Monitor during the study
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Anxiety & Social Anxiety Disorder
Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
Urinary Tract Infections
WHY RESEARCH MATTERS
& why volunteers are the unsung heroes of medicine
Ground-breaking new treatments are being discovered at a rapid pace these days. But before doctors can prescribe them, they must be tested. Did you know that a good portion of studies fail due to not having enough volunteers to prove potentially wonderful outcomes?
These studies are subject to strict regulations and guidelines through the FDA. Additionally, each trial is monitored by Independent Review Boards (IRBs), which are groups of independent medical experts, ethicists, and lay people who represent the volunteers’ perspective.
People choose to participate for a variety of reasons. Perhaps they don’t have access to quality medical care, or they are looking to help others by contributing to medical research. Some people are out of options and just hoping to find something that works. It doesn’t matter why they chose to participate; they are the champions who are helping to develop new treatments for the future.