Clinical Trials

Title: M6-C Artificial Disc: FDA IDE Pivotal Study

CerviCore™ Intervertebral Disc Status: Trial Currently In Session

Introduction

DISC is one of 12 sites in US, only in AZ where patients have access to the M6-C Artificial Disc: FDA IDE Pivotal Study.  If you are a patient who is interested in participating in this study, please contact DISC directly. 

SMART Clinical Study - Relievant Clinical Trial

Status: This trial is now full.

Do you have chronic low back pain? Does your low back pain keep you from enjoying everyday life? 

Low Back Pain Research Study
Desert Institute for Spine Care is conducting a research study of an investigational, one-hour procedure designed to treat chronic low back pain at its source.

Participants will receive all study-related care at no cost, and will be treated by local back pain specialists: Dr. Christopher Yeung, Dr. Anthony Yeung, and Dr. Justin Field.

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To see if this study may be right for you, please call 1-888-978-8396 or visit www.SmartClinicalStudy.com

Coflex® Dynamic Interspinous Stabilization Device Clinical Trial

Coflex® Dynamic Interspinous Stabilization Device

Status: This trial is now full.

UPDATE: FDA Approved!  

Dr. Anthony Yeung, Principal Investigator in the study, along with investigators Dr. Christopher Yeung and Dr. Justin Field, participated in this clinical trial that led to this FDA approval. DISC, the only site in Arizona involved in this trial, was in the top 5 sites whose data was used for papers presented to national and international meetings authored by Josh Auerbach.

For more information, go to:
"COFLEX® INTERLAMINAR TECHNOLOGY RECEIVES FDA APPROVAL!" »
or Read on PubMed »

Introduction
The Coflex® Dynamic Interspinous Stabilization Device Clinical Trial is designed to compare the safety and effectiveness of a new way to treat spinal stenosis. This trial is a multi-center, prospective, randomized controlled study that will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of lumbar laminotomy decompression augmented with the implantation of the coflex device as compared to the most common treatment of spinal stenosis; lumbar laminotomy decompression, augmented with pedicle screw fixation and fusion.

CerviCore™ Intervertebral Disc Clinical Study

CerviCore™ Intervertebral DiscStatus: This trial has been completed.

Introduction
The study is a multi-center, prospective, randomized controlled clinical trial that will compare the safety and effectiveness of the CerviCore™ Intervertebral Disc to anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) with a rigid plate for radicular symptoms associated with loss of disc height, disc/osteophyte complex, or herniated disc at a single cervical spine level. The trade name of the investigational device is: CerviCore™ Intervertebral Disc.

FlexiCore™ Intervertebral Disc Clinical Trial

FlexiCore™Status: This trial has now been completed.

Desert Institute for Spine Care has been selected to participate in the FlexiCore™ Intervertebral Disc Study.

FlexiCore™ Intervertebral Disc Study Summary
This is a multi-center, prospective, randomized, controlled study comparing the safety and effectiveness of the FlexiCore™ Intervertebral Disc to spinal fusion surgery for the treatment of pain associated with degenerative disc disease (DDD) at a single level in the lumbo-sacral spine (L1-S1).

Wallis Stabilization System Clinical Trial

Wallis StabilizationStatus: The Wallis Stabilization Trial has now been completed.

Desert Institute for Spine Care has been selected to participate in the Wallis Stabilization System Clinical Trial.

Introduction to the Wallis Stabilization System
The Wallis Normalization System is a non-fusion, spinal stabilization device that is currently limited by US law to investigational use within the US. The Wallis clinical study is a multi-center, prospective, randomized study comparing the safety and effectiveness of the Wallis device to the latest non-surgical treatment regimen including medication, physical therapy and spinal injections. The Wallis System is designed to help with the pain caused by degenerative disc disease (DDD) by stabilizing the lumbar spine without a fusion procedure.

DASCOR™ disc nucleus replacement study

Note: This trial has now been completed.

Desert Institute for Spine Care has been selected to participate in the DASCOR™ disc nucleus replacement pilot clinical study.

Study objectives for the DASCOR™ Disc Arthroplasty System pilot clinical study
This pilot clinical study is designed to evaluate the initial safety and effectiveness of the DASCOR™ Disc Arthroplasty device in subjects with single-level degenerative disc disease (DDD) of the lumbar spine from L2 to the sacrum and to provide data for use in hypothesis and endpoint determination for the pivotal study.

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