Osteoarthritis Clinical Trials
Have you been you been diagnosed with the chronic inflammatory condition known as osteoarthritis (OA), or degenerative joint disease? If so, you could qualify for one of our upcoming research studies. We are currently enrolling participants to take part in osteoarthritis clinical trials being conducted at our clinic in DeLand, Florida.
Fill out the form on the right hand side of the page and see if you qualify for one of our upcoming osteoarthritis clinical trials →
Unable to participate in a clinical trial? You can still help progress our research on osteoarthritis and make money in the process through our Refer-A-Friend program. You could earn $100 for referring someone who qualifies to enroll in a osteoarthritis clinical trial. Simply click here to learn more about our Refer-A-Friend program.
To see if you qualify for one of our OA clinical trials, you have two options:
- Fill out our online form – It is simple and easy to fill out our online form (in the upper right hand corner of this page). A valid email and phone number must be provided so we can contact you about enrolling in a paid research study.
- Give us a call – You can also give us a call if you have any other questions about the OA clinical trials we conduct in DeLand. Call us anytime between 7 AM and 5 PM weekdays at (386) 785-2400.
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis among adults, affecting an estimated 27 million Americans. Although the condition is commonly thought to be a problem for older people, osteoarthritis actually affects people of all ages and can be brought on by injuries to your joints. By participating in clinical trials, you are helping researchers around the world improve what we know about osteoarthritis and how to treat it.
How Do I Qualify for an OA Clinical Trial in DeLand?
Qualification for a clinical study can depend on a few factors. For each individual OA study we conduct, there is a unique set of qualification criteria. Having a clinical diagnosis of osteoarthritis is not the only qualifying factor involved. This can be restricting, but it is an essential part of performing proper clinical research. Please call us at (386) 785-2400 with any questions you have.
Here are some general qualification criteria to keep in mind:
- You’ll need to have a clinically confirmed diagnosis of osteoarthritis in order to qualify for one of our clinical trials.
- A history of substance or alcohol abuse within the last 5 years can make you ineligible to participate.
- Volunteers who don’t have health insurance can still qualify to participate for one of our osteoarthritis clinical trials.
Please note that each clinical trial participant reserves the right to drop out of their research study at any time. If you want to learn more, then please click here to read about the rights and protections granted to each person who participates in a study.
Not suffering from osteoarthritis? We conduct plenty of clinical trials at our clinic that need healthy volunteers too. Click here to learn more about our healthy clinical studies in DeLand.
Compensation for Clinical Trial Participation
Our participants receive all study related care (including laboratory services, study medications and physical examinations) free of charge. Compensation for time and travel may also be provided to those who complete a study. It is important to note that compensation may vary depending on the OA clinical trial you are enrolled in.
Please call us at (386) 785-2400 if you have any other questions.
Signs and Symptoms of Osteoarthritis
The most common symptom associated with osteoarthritis is pain and aching in the joints. Osteoarthritis joint pain is exacerbated under stress or through movement, but relieved when immobile. However, the joints can become stiff after an extended period of rest. Patients with osteoarthritis can experience joint tenderness, bone spurs, inflammation, and morning stiffness.
The joints that are most commonly affected by osteoarthritis are:
- Lower back
The signs and symptoms of OA to look out for include:
- Joint pain
- Reduced range of motion in the joint
- Tenderness in or around the joint
- Stiffness (especially after waking up or in the morning)
- Development of bone spurs
- A grating sensation when you move the joint
Please Note: If you have any questions about our OA clinical trials or other research studies at Avail Clinical Research, please call us at (386) 785-2400. Our office hours are from 7 AM to 5 PM every weekday.