Fibromyalgia Clinical Trials
Have you been suffering from chronic pain or fatigue? Unfortunately, it’s all too common to suffer years of confusion and problems due to the chronic effects of this syndrome. Fibromyalgia is difficult to diagnose due to the fact that symptoms can range so wildly from case to case. In fact, clinical studies have shown that no two cases are exactly alike.
Fill out the form on the right hand side of the page to see if you qualify for one of our fibromyalgia clinical trials →
If you have been diagnosed with this syndrome, then you could qualify for a fibromyalgia clinical trial at our clinic in DeLand, Florida. Our staff is looking for qualified patients in Volusia County who are interested in participating in a clinical trial.
Would you like to see if you qualify? Then please fill out the form on the right hand side of the page. It is really easy to fill out. All you need to provide is your name, phone number and valid email address. Please be sure to provide accurate contact information, as a member of our staff will be contacting you about our fibromyalgia clinical trial shortly. You could also call us at (386) 785-2400 if you have any other questions.
Do You Qualify for a Fibromyalgia Clinical Study?
- Have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia
- Must be willing to comply with all-study related procedures and clinic visits
- Not be suffering from severe psychiatric disorders
- No drug or alcohol abuse within the previous year
- Most of our studies are only open to applicants who are at least 18 years old
Compensation for Time and Travel
For anyone interested in participating in a clinical trial, our staff would like you to know that all study-related care (including including physical examinations, laboratory services and study medications) are provided free of charge. Qualified participants may also be compensated for their time and travel expenses. These stipends can vary based on the study.
Common Fibromyalgia Symptoms
Although it is primarily associated with chronic pain and increased sensitivity at specific pressure points, fibromyalgia is a multi-symptomatic syndrome. Since the symptoms of fibromyalgia cannot be proven in a clinical setting, some still consider fibromyalgia to be a mental disorder. Patients with fibromyalgia may experience:
- Chronic widespread pain
- Severe fatigue
- Joint stiffness
- Cognitive overload
- Nerve pain
- Trouble sleeping
Please Note: A member of our dedicated staff should be available during office hours (7 AM to 5 PM) if you have any questions about our fibromyalgia clinical trial or any of our other paid studies. Feel free to give us a call at (386) 785-2400.