Fibromyalgia Clinical Trial
Are you living with the chronic effects of fibromyalgia and struggling to treat your symptoms? This syndrome often causes years of chronic pain and fatigue before patients learn what the actual problem is. If you have been diagnosed, then you could qualify for a fibromyalgia clinical trial at our clinic in Birmingham, Alabama.
If you are interested in this clinical research opportunity, please contact us at (205) 380-6434. One of our staff members would be happy to answer any questions that you might have regarding our studies or what it is like to participate in a clinical trial.
Important: You can fill out our online form to see if you qualify for a clinical trial at Achieve Clinical Research. Please note that a member of our staff will be contacting you by phone shortly after you’ve completed the form, so please provide accurate contact information so that our staff will be able to reach you.
Do You Qualify for a Study in Birmingham?
- Applicants should contact us if they have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia
- Applicants will need to provide a signed informed consent form in order to participate in a clinical trial in Alabama
- Participants in a clinical trial are expected to comply with all all scheduled visits, laboratory tests, and other study-related procedures
- No drug or alcohol abuse within the previous year
- Should be at least 18 years old to volunteer for a clinical trial
Compensation for Participating in a Clinical Trial
If you would like to participate in a clinical trial, we’d like you to know that all study-related care (this includes tested medications and required screenings) are provided free of charge. Research volunteers can also receive compensation in the form of a stipend for their time and any travel required during their participation. The amount of the stipend will depend on the specific clinical study.
Fibromyalgia is a multi-symptomatic medical syndrome, although it is primarily associated with chronic pain and increased sensitivity at specific pressure points. However since the symptoms of fibromyalgia cannot be proven in a clinical setting, some physicians refer to this as a mental disorder. The common indications of fibromyalgia include:
- Chronic widespread pain
- Severe fatigue
- Joint stiffness
- Cognitive overload
- Nerve pain
- Trouble sleeping
Please Note: If you have any further questions about our fibromyalgia clinical trials or any of our other studies at Achieve Clinical Research, you can contact us at (205) 380-6434. We are available from 8 am to 5 pm every week day.