• Clinical Trials in Neurosurgery

    Advancing Neurosurgical Care Through Innovation

    At the Neurosciences And Spine Group, we are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of neurosurgical science to improve patient outcomes. Our clinical trials are at the forefront of discovering new treatments, techniques, and technologies in brain and spine surgery. We invite you to explore our current studies and learn how you can be part of groundbreaking research that shapes the future of neurological care.

    Why Participate in Clinical Trials?

    Clinical trials are essential for advancing medical knowledge and patient care. By participating in a clinical trial, you contribute to the development of safer, more effective treatments for neurosurgical conditions. Participants in our studies gain access to cutting-edge therapies and benefit from the expertise of leading neurosurgeons and researchers.

    Our Areas of Focus

    Our clinical trials cover a broad range of neurosurgical specialties, including but not limited to:

    • Brain Tumors: Investigating innovative surgical techniques, chemotherapy, and radiation protocols.
    • Spinal Disorders: Exploring advanced treatments for spinal cord injuries, degenerative disc disease, and spinal stenosis.
    • Neurovascular Conditions: Pioneering new interventions for aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations (AVMs), and stroke.
    • Functional Neurosurgery: Enhancing therapies for epilepsy, movement disorders, and chronic pain.

    For a complete list of our ongoing and upcoming clinical trials, please visit our Clinical Trials Database.

    How to Participate

    Participating in a clinical trial involves a thorough screening process to determine eligibility. If you are interested in joining one of our studies, follow these steps:

    1. Browse Our Trials: Review the list of available clinical trials to find one that fits your condition and interests.
    2. Contact Us: Reach out to our clinical trials office via phone or email to express your interest and ask any questions you may have.
    3. Screening: Attend an initial screening appointment where our team will evaluate your eligibility based on specific criteria.
    4. Enrollment: If eligible, you will be enrolled in the study and receive detailed information about the trial process, expectations, and follow-up care.

    Contact Information

    For more information about our clinical trials or to discuss your eligibility, please contact our Clinical Trials Office at:

    • Phone: 607-444-6868
    • Email: Contact@NeurosciencesGroup.com
    • Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM