The study is a clinical trial performed to evaluate an investigational drug in the pursuit of healing leg sores. What is the study about? Researchers are conducting the study to find out more about an investigational drug that is used to break down damaged tissue without effecting healthy tissue on patients that have leg and…
Types of Research Trials
There are many stages and steps of approval before a drug or device may be sold in the consumer market which includes the clinical trial process. From trials addressing sports injuries to bunions and other common foot problems, there are countless podiatric research trials going on at any given time. Hospitals, universities, medical schools, device and drug manufacturers, government agencies and other scientific organizations all run research trials to develop new surgical tools and techniques, medications and therapies for podiatric care.
Many of the surgeons on our team at Ocean County Foot & Ankle Surgical Associates, P.C. have been involved in conducting clinical trials in various capacities. They each have a deep understanding of the value of these trials in developing cutting-edge podiatric care and treatment. Depending on your condition and the eligibility criteria of the trial, our doctors may recommend that you consider participating in certain clinical research trials in addition to receiving treatment at our office. We can answer any questions or concerns you may have about clinical trials and put you in touch with the proper agency if you are interested in participating.
Current Clinical Studies & Trials
Past Clinical Studies & Trials
Ocean County Foot & Ankle Surgical Associates, P.C. has participated in a number of clinical studies and trials in order to remain on the cutting edge of wound care. Through a thorough interdisciplinary approach, the team at the Wound Care Institute of Ocean County, LLC follows specific therapeutic pathways in order to treat, manage and ultimately heal chronic or slow-healing wounds. We have participated in the Clinical Trials and Studies below. Make an appointment at one of our 6 convenient locations to learn more about these trials.