Clinical Research of West Florida

Improving Medicine
Changing Lives

Help us find future medications by participating in a clinical trial. Together we are shaping the future of medicine.

Clinical Research of West Florida

Improving Medicine
Changing Lives

Help us find future medications by participating in a clinical trial. Together we are shaping the future of medicine.

For Patients
For Patients
Clinical Trial Capabilities
Clinical Trial Capabilities

Real People. Real Journeys.

Over the past 25+ years, CRWF has helped over 10,000 patients and successfully conducted over 1,000 studies.

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"What I didn’t realize about clinical trials is that it’s a team. You’re there talking to nurses and doctors, getting your physicals, doing your labs like any normal medical facility. I don’t feel like a guinea pig or a research subject as I have always been treated with professional treatment, respect, and care. I have lost over 100 pounds through this study. The results are amazing!"
Eric H.
General Medicine

We're Here for Every Step of Your Journey

What to expect when you volunteer for a clinical trial.

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Complete Your Screening
Complete Your Screening
Answer questions about your symptoms and medical history to ensure you are eligible for a clinical trial.
Receive Expert Care
Receive Expert Care
Once enrolled, volunteers will receive medical treatment at no cost and have oversight by our qualified team of medical professionals.
The Future of Medicine (Today)
The Future of Medicine (Today)
Your participation will help improve the health of future generations.
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Benefits of Participation

Certain restrictions apply.
Applicable benefits will be discussed during study screening.

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Shoulder Pain
Shoulder Pain
Shoulder pain is one of the most common type of pain reported in the United States. Discomfort in this area often becomes more prevalent with age and can require some form of treatment to alleviate the pain. Roughly 60% of people will experience shoulder pain whether it be from a rotator cuff injury, frozen shoulder, shoulder bursitis, muscle tears, osteoarthritis, or strained muscles in the shoulder region.

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