Our team of doctors and medical staff are committed to provide you with quality care. By participating in a clinical trial, you have the opportunity to receive novel medicines that can improve your health and quality of life. Your health and safety is our primary interest.


If you qualify for a research trial, you will receive compensation for your time and travel. The amounts vary based on individual trials.


Our clinic is located in the Physician Center of West Jefferson Medical Center. Our office is open from 9am -5pm Monday through Friday. Weekend and extended hours are also available.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a clinical trial?

A clinical trial, or research study, is a carefully supervised study in human volunteers to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication or device. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires that all pharmaceutical companies test their new medications or devices before they are allowed to become available to customers. All prescription medications in use today were first proven to be safe and effective in clinical trials.

Is there any cost to participate?

No. There is no cost to the patient for any study-related visits, tests, procedures or medications. Your insurance is not billed either. In fact, no insurance is necessary.

Do I receive payment to participate?

If you qualify for a trial, you will be compensated for your time and travel. These amounts vary per study. Your compensated amount will be described in the informed consent document.

Are clinical trials safe?

Your safety is our highest priority. The ethical and legal codes that govern medical practice also apply to clinical trials, and most clinical research is federally regulated with built in safeguards to protect participants.

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Current Studies

Adults 18 and older suffering with knee or hip pain

Liver Disease
Adults 18-75 suspected to have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Nasal Polyps
Adults 18-75 whose breathing is effected by nasal polyps

Adults 18-70 suffering with symptoms related to idiopathic or diabetic gastroparesis

Adults 18 and older

Low Testosterone 
Males 50 and older

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
Adults 18 and older

Crohn’s Disease
Adults 18 and older

Ulcerative Colitis
Adults 18 and older

Chronic Sinusitis with or without Nasal Polyps 
Adults 18 and older

Ringing of the Ears (Tinnitus)
Adults 18 and older

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