Hip and Knee Pain Osteoarthritis Clinical Research Study

Overview

Do you have painful osteoarthritis in the hip or knee?

The pain from osteoarthritis (OA) of the hip or knee can be difficult to manage. People with this condition feel the pain differently, describing it for example as a dull persistent ache or sharp stabbing pains on movement, or both. Others describe it as a burning sensation, or a feeling of bone rubbing against bone.

 

Age
Gender
Condition
18 and older
Male and Female
Osteoarthritis of the hip or knee

If you live with OA of the hip or knee, you will know the limitations this can have on your day to day activities, making you slow down and become more dependent on others.

If this is you, then we would like to invite you to contact us to find out more about a research study for OA of the hip or knee.

Study approved by: Medicines Control Council, Pharma-Ethics (Pty) Ltd on 26May2016 (Ref No: 160413472) and HREC Stellenbosch on 22JUN2016 (Ref No: M16/03/015).

Our Latest Campaign

Osteoarthitis

Recruiting at the following locations

 
Location
 
Watermeyer Clinical Research Centre: Pretoria
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Stanza Clinical Research Centre: Mamelodi
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Helderberg Clinical Research Centre: Somerset West
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Synexus Affiliate Site: Roodepoort
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Synexus Affiliate Site: Port Elizabeth
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Synexus Affiliate Site: Bloemfontein
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Synexus affiliate site: Parow
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Synexus Affiliate Site: Bellville
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Synexus Affiliate Site: Soweto
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Synexus Affiliate Site: Kempton Park
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Am I eligible for this study?

To find out, please answer yes or no to the following questions.

Yes   /   No
Yes   /   No
1

Are you 18 years or older?

 
2

I have osteoarthritis in the hip or knee

 
3

I have tried different types of pain medications but still experience chronic pain OR I am unable to take currently available pain medications due to intolerance and therefore continue to experience chronic pain

 
4

I take pain medication 3-4 times a week, but still experience pain.

 
 

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