Location
San Francisco

2299 Post St. Ste #210,
San Francisco, CA 94115

Location
Castro Valley

19845 Lake Chabot Rd. #301,
Castro Valley, CA 94546

Location
Sacramento

5120 Manzanita Ave Ste #100,
Carmichael, CA 95608

Established in 2003

Center For Clinical Research

We are at the forefront of groundbreaking studies in the field of foot and ankle care to help treat patients with painful Diabetic Neuropathy, foot and leg ulcers that can often lead to unneeded amputations. CCR initially opened its doors with the primary focus on lower limb wound care and since expanded to a multi-therapeutic Site Management Organization to include Neurology, Internal Medicine and Pain Management.

Our expertise ranges from the care of lower limb wounds to surgical procedures, neurological disorders, pain management treatments, and internal medicine indications.

Venous Leg Ulcers

We are conducting a study of an investigational non-surgical treatment for Venous Leg Ulcers. We are evaluating whether an investigational topical medication may be able to reinstate a normal wound healing process as well as reduce pain.

Diabetic Foot Ulcers

We are conducting Diabetic Foot Ulcer trials evaluating investigational treatment modalities to heal diabetic foot ulcers.

Bunions

We are conducting a research study of a non-surgical treatment for a painful bunion. We are evaluating the effectiveness of injectable medicine (Botox) for the treatment of pain and disability associated with bunion deformity.

Temperature Monitoring Sock

We are conducting a study of continuous temperature monitoring socks to reduce ulceration and consequently amputations in patients with diabetes and diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN).

Plantar Fasciitis

We are conducting a study of an investigational non-surgical treatment for Plantar Fasciitis evaluating the effectiveness of injectable medicine (Botulinum toxin) into plantar fasciia.

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