Take Part In Clinical Trials for Knee Osteoarthritis

Learn more about how you may qualify for Osteoarthritis of the Knee clinical trials at Conquest Research with top medical physicians in Winter Park, Florida.

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    Conquest Research Knee Osteoarthritis Clinical Studies

    Conquest Research is currently partnering with leading physicians to conduct a series of clinical trials on treatments related to knee osteoarthritis in Winter Park, FL. Learn more about the qualifications by reading the information on this page. At a screening visit, you may:

    •   Meet with the study physician and team
    •   Go over eligibility criteria
    •   Conduct initial evaluations
    •   Fill out relevant study questionnaires

    Nearly 32.5 million adults in the U.S. have experienced osteoarthritis, making it the most common form of arthritis. Knee osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage in the knee begins to break down. This causes the knee bones to rub against each other, which creates the friction that often leads to pain and swelling.

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    Knee Osteoarthritis Treatment

    Although there is no cure for knee osteoarthritis, treatments are being developed to slow down its progress. Conquest Research is on the lookout for patients diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis who wish to ease their symptoms and gain access to innovative treatment. Passing a screening visit is the first step toward getting involved with any clinical trial.

    Participating in Knee Osteoarthritis Clinical Trials

    The most noticeable symptom of knee osteoarthritis is the pain. This can make it hard for any patient to carry out mobile tasks, like walking, running, or kneeling. The knees can even feel stiff or swollen just by standing still, and can even slightly change shape overtime if left untreated. At any moment, they might feel wobbly, make a cracking sound, or sometimes appear puffy. Although older adults are likely to develop knee osteoarthritis, other conditions such as genetics or injury can manifest this condition much earlier. 

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    Knee Osteoarthritis

    Do I Qualify?

    New treatments are constantly on the rise to reduce the pain and relieve symptoms. Knee osteoarthritis clinical trials offer patients an accessible and affordable treatment option to diminish the severity of their condition. You can qualify to participate if: 

    • You are at least 18 years old
    • You have been experiencing knee pain for at least 6 months

    Knee Osteoarthritis Clinical Study Benefits at Conquest Research

    Joining a knee osteoarthritis clinical trial through Conquest Research comes with a host of benefits, such as:

    Paid Time and Travel

    Our doctors recognize that participating in a knee osteoarthritis clinical trial takes up valuable time and money. In order to make the study more accessible, you will be compensated for any and all expenses associated with time and travel. No matter how you choose to arrange your transportation to our research facility in Winter Park, you will be reimbursed in full.

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    Life Changing Treatment For Knee Osteoarthritis

    It is our mission to foster development in innovative knee osteoarthritis treatments that reduce pain and improve the quality of your life. Participating in a clinical trial guarantees you the ability to experience such a treatment before it becomes publicly in demand.

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    Better Functioning Knees, At No Cost

    Because your clinical trial participation helps doctors examine the effects of their treatment, you will never have to pay out-of-pocket. Health insurance is never a requirement either, which means you can experience better functioning knees with no impact on your medical bills.

    Safe Healthcare

    We recognize that safety and health are top priorities for you when participating in clinical trials. That is why Conquest Research only partners with reliable physicians and pharmaceutical companies who showcase a proven history of success.

    Knee Osteoarthritis Clinical Trials FAQs

    Knee osteoarthritis is a condition where the breakdown of cartilage in the knees causes the joint bones to rub together. This can result in continual pain, even when a patient is standing or sitting still. Without treatment, knee osteoarthritis can progress in severity. 

    Clinical trials allow doctors and research facilities to examine the effects of a new treatment in development before public release. This allows patients on the other end to experience a life changing treatment at no cost.

    Knee osteoarthritis pain can range from being a mere annoyance to complete debilitation. If left untreated, the shape of the knee joints can even change over time. Participating in a clinical trial can lessen the progression of knee osteoarthritis while simultaneously remaining cost and barrier-free.

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    Knee Osteoarthritis

    Take Part in Knee Osteoarthritis Clinical Trials

    Join us in our mission toward healthier lives. If you are interested in participating in a knee osteoarthritis clinical trial, fill out the form today to see if you qualify.

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