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MORE Foundation’s research directly affects patients’ quality of life and defines the standard of care in hospitals and medical offices. Our laboratories are staffed with clinicians, bioengineers and scientists whose specialties range from sports performance and musculoskeletal anatomy to mechanical testing of orthopedic devices and implants.

All Current Studies

active - Active

standby - On Standby

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Study Title


Development of A Novel Robotic Lower Extremity Movement and Load Simulator Apparatus

Study Description


Building and validation of a custom robotic testing platform capable of moving and loading the human knee joint

Accepting Patients


No

Status


active

Study Title


TRIUMPH

Study Description


A study to evaluate pain relief achieved from an implantable spinal chord stimulator

Accepting Patients


No

Status


active

Study Title


WHISPER – Boston Scientific

Study Description


A Randomized Controlled Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of the Precision Spinal Cord Stimulator System at Sub-Perception Amplitude

Accepting Patients


No

Status


active

Study Title


Spinal Kinetics M6 Study

Study Description


Prospective, Concurrently Controlled, Multi-Center Study to Evaluate the Safety and Effectiveness of the Spinal Kinetics™ M6 C Artificial Cervical...

Accepting Patients


No

Status


active

Study Title


Amniox – CLARIX CORD use in ankle tendon reconstruction

Study Description


A multi-center, open label, economic outcome study comparing the recovery of patients receiving CLARIX® CORD 1K as an add-on treatment...

Accepting Patients


No

Status


active

"I am very thankful for the clinical and biomechanical research opportunities provided to me by MORE Foundation. Without this experience, I would not have been able to get into medical school and pursue my dream of being an orthopedic surgeon.”

- Kellen Worhacz, First Yr Medical Student, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL