Make an appointment to see if you qualify. 30 minutes at our office and you’ll know. Then, you decide if you want to enroll.
A free, 30-minute consultation is all it takes to see if we have a trial that’s a good fit for you. We'll go over your medical history, general health, and any medication you might be taking.
Get details about the trial. How often you will need to visit the office. What type of drug, novel or already FDA approved. The length of the trial. How much will you be compensated, and when.
Begin regular visits with the doctor and the research coordinator. We’ll ask questions about how the trial medication is working for you while we check your vitals and labs.
Our clinical trials provide you with access to the newest, most advanced treatments available.What are clinical trials?
We conduct clinical trials for many types of health conditions. We also have trials for healthy people.
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We are at the cutting edge of flu treatment and are in process of researching brand new medications. Do you think you have the Flu? Call our Orlando office right away!
We’re on the brink of a whole new era of treatment for people who are depressed. Advances range from novel, fast-acting drugs to devices that work like brain pacemakers.
People have been suffering without any real relief. We’re working on novel and promising approaches to managing migraine headaches.
Dramatic new discoveries that are leading to new treatment methods could provide hope for those who suffer with schizophrenia.
There are some exciting new therapies available right now and coming soon that could transform treatment outcomes and make life a whole lot easier.
The race is on and the Alzheimer’s disease treatment horizon has never looked brighter with more novel and promising treatments available now through our clinical trials.
Exciting new sleep aids are making it easier to get a good night sleep without feeling groggy and out of sorts the next day.
It’s not uncommon to have side effects from the statins that are commonly used to manage high cholesterol. New treatments are emerging that are more tolerable.
Revolutionary new treatments for people who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder are available now through clinical trials.
Looking for an alternative to surgery, but not willing to take pain meds? A clinical trial might be right for you!
New medications offer longer-acting preparations, and a variety of formulations and delivery systems making the treatment of ADHD easier and more effective.
Everything from mini insulin pumps the size of a match stick to medications with less side effects are making it easier to manage your sugar levels.
Fibromyalgia is a complex disorder. For many, the current treatments don’t work well or lead to side effects. New treatments are emerging and giving way to new hope.
With few drugs available for the treatment of obesity, the promise that new drugs hold could have an incredible impact on the obesity epidemic.
A new, non-surgical treatment of Uterine Fibroids could help thousands and thousands of women who suffer from the heavy periods, anemia and infertility.
The uncontrollable urge to eat, even when not hungry can lead to a multitude of health problems. New medications which are designed to control these urges are available.
Infections caused by C. diff are on the rise and resistance to antibiotics is a growing problem. Learn more about new treatment options available.
CNS partners with leading community care providers to offer advanced, cutting-edge treatments.
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Family Medical Center is a large, eight-provider family practice with a CNS Healthcare research site located within the practice.
Emed is a multispecialty practice offering a unique medical mall experience including access to clinical trials at CNS Healthcare.
OCRC is a 35,000 SF research site designed for Phase 1 trials. CNS Healthcare conducts Phase 1 research at this facility.