Research in healthcare is an important tool to educate providers on the best possible treatment options today. Research studies educate physicians on improved protocols, procedures, and use of advanced technology. Spinal research can lead to improved outcomes and the development of new treatments options.
Research allows healthcare providers to track, study, improve and innovative approaches in spine health. Clinical research enhances the understanding of how to treat patients with spinal conditions. Patients participating in clinical trials have the opportunity to play an active role in their healthcare. People who volunteer and participate in these studies are a critical part of the recent momentum in spinal care.
Clinical studies and research together can lead to cutting-edge procedures for better spine health. Clinical trials often compare a new product or therapy with another existing one to determine if the new one is as successful or better than the existing one.
Clinical trials are conducted according to a definite and FDA-approved plan to help find new treatments and improve health. Clinical trials offer patients access to the latest therapies and help researchers find better ways to treat disease.
The research team at the Spine Clinic of Oklahoma City conducts clinical trials for the advancements of research in spine health. Our goal is to develop the best treatment options for our patients by focusing on new protocols, procedures and technologies.
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Dr. Brett Braly is a board-certified fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in spinal surgery. Dr. Braly is a leading advocate for minimally invasive techniques in spine surgery. Dr. Braly is named in the top “20 under 40” best spine surgeons by the North American Spine Society.