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At the forefront of groundbreaking studies in the field of foot and ankle care 

Led by Dr. Reyzelman, Center For Clinical Research Center (CCR) is at the forefront of groundbreaking studies in the field of foot and ankle care. Dr. Reyzelman has been the principal investigator in multiple multi-center diabetic wound care trials. Over the last 15 years, CCR has treated thousands of patients with diabetic foot complications. These trials typically involve investigating new, state-of-the-art wound care products and devices. Dr. Reyzelman has many scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals on various podiatric diseases. He continues to be actively involved in cutting-edge wound care research through Center For Clinical Research.

Center for Clinical Research has patients coming from all over northern California. CCR provides a resource for patients that have exhausted all standard of care options. Patient participation in the research trials is completely voluntary and cost-free.


Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Diabetic ulcerations develop when high blood sugar levels damage the lining of your blood vessels, leading to wounds opening in your skin. Diabetes naturally slows down the healing process, which leads to non-healing wounds.


Venous Leg Ulcers

Venous ulcerations develop in varicose veins that cause blood to pool in your veins and bulge outward. These damaged veins can break through your skin and open up, leaving a non-healing wound.


Plantar Fasciitis and more..

Whether you are limited by Plantar Fasciitis or suffering from Painful Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy or Onychomycosis (Toe Nail Fungus) , our team of experts are here to help.

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