Do you struggle with OA of the knee pain?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 32.5 million adults in the U.S. have osteoarthritis1, with the knee being the most commonly affected area. It is estimated that 80% of the population will have radiographic evidence of OA by the age of 65 years2.
If you’re struggling with knee osteoarthritis, you may qualify for a new research study, now offered at select United States centers. The research aims to study an investigational treatment to relieve knee pain associated with osteoarthritis. It involves a single injection directly in the knee joint. If you are eligible and participate, you will receive all study-related care, such as physical exams and knee X-rays, at no cost.
FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW IF YOU MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA
- Between the ages of 40 and 80
- Experiencing knee pain for at least 6 months
- Primary source of body pain is knee pain
If you’re struggling with osteoarthritis of the knee(s), you may qualify for a new research study, now being offered at select centers throughout the U.S. The study will assess the effects of an investigational treatment designed to relieve knee pain associated with osteoarthritis. It involves a single injection into your knee. The effect of the treatment will be checked by medical assessments, checking for side effects, and completing questionnaires. If you qualify, you will receive:
No-cost Study Care
You will receive study-related care from experienced doctors, nurses, and research staff.
The study will include X-Rays and other examination visits with a trained investigator.
You might be eligible to receive compensation for your time and travel.
Fill out the form below to find out if you are eligible
- St Clair SF, Higuera C, Krebs V et-al. Hip and knee arthroplasty in the geriatric population. Clin. Geriatr. Med. 2006;22 (3): 515-33. doi:10.1016/j.cger.2006.04.004 – Pubmed citation