West Palm Beach, FL area dermatologist offers clinical trials for Coolsculpting treatments
When it comes to improving technology and services available at local dermatology practices, clinical trials must be performed to ensure these future treatments are reliable, safe, and effective. To do so, patients have to volunteer to undergo these clinical studies to help get services approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration. Patients who have considered body sculpting solutions such as Coolsculpting may want to not only ask about having the procedure performed but volunteer for clinical trials to improve the technology.
What are clinical trials?
Clinical trials occur to get federal approval for new treatments. Over the years, Coolsculpting has continued to improve thanks to these clinical trials. Patients volunteer to have new, unapproved treatments performed and relay these trials’ results to their doctor. This is information that is critical to the approval of treatments through the Food and Drug Administration or the FDA. In most cases, patients who participate in clinical trials are compensated for their time, energy, and travel to attend necessary appointments.
What are the benefits of clinical trials?
Clinical trials have many benefits to those who participate in them:
- Patients get free treatments of new, advanced solutions that are in the process of approval
- Patients can help be a part of advancing medicine in the area of dermatology
- Patients are compensated monetarily for their time, allowing for extra income when needed
- Patients will benefit from the treatments and be the first to have them performed
How do I find clinical trials?
Dr. Kenneth Beer always has information on new and current clinical trials being performed. Visit the website to see current studies being done and contact our office if interested in participating.
Learn more about clinical studies and trials available
If you reside in the West Palm Beach, FL area and are interested in Coolsculpting or participating in Coolsculpting clinical trials, we strongly encourage you to call us at Kenneth Beer Dermatology to find out if you are a candidate. Our team of professionals is located at 1500 North Dixie Highway, Suite #305, in West Palm Beach, FL, and can be reached by phone at (561) 600-4848. We also have a second facility located in Jupiter, FL, as an alternative location.