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MORE Foundation is committed to testing medical devices, pharmaceuticals, surgical techniques, and outcomes to continually improve patient care.

The Foundation partners with affiliated physicians at local medical practices such as The CORE Institute, who act as principle investigators on our clinical trials.

From testing new shoulder replacements that are seeking FDA approval, to new forms of pain management that ease the surgical experience or chronic pain, our highly trained team of clinical researchers ensure a great patient experience as well as compliance with all ethical and legal standards.


All Current Studies

active - Active

standby - On Standby

not active - Not Active


Study Title


Outcomes of Total Stabilizing (TS) Versus Posterior Stabilizing (PS) Total Knee Replacement

Study Description


Retrospective analysis comparing the efficacy of TS vs. PS tibial inserts for Total Knee Replacement in obese female patients

Accepting Patients


No

Status


not active

Study Title


Medial Collateral Ligament Advance in the Unstable TKA

Study Description


Retrospective series analysis to determine efficacy of surgical tensioning the MCL for patients with knee instability following total knee replacement

Accepting Patients


No

Status


not active

Study Title


Compel

Study Description


GMA-BTX-CM-10-001

Accepting Patients


No

Status


not active

Study Title


MUA

Study Description


A Standardized Protocol for the Treatment of Early Post-operative Stiffness Following Total Knee Arthroplasty

Accepting Patients


No

Status


not active

Study Title


Eli Lilly

Study Description


H8A-MC-LZAX

Accepting Patients


No

Status


not active