Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a recognized form of anxiety disorder that can have a significant negative impact on a person’s quality of life, perception of well-being and ability to interact effectively with their environment and/or the people around them.

Unlike other forms of anxiety disorder, PTSD occurs as a consequence of a clearly identifiable traumatic event or ordeal in which there was the perceived potential for or actual occurrence of grave physical harm. Examples of the types of events that that have been known to precipitate PTSD include violent personal assaults such as rape and protracted spousal abuse, natural or human-caused disasters, accidents, and as a consequence of military combat.

One of the areas that SPRI specializes in is the care and management of anxiety related disorders.  SPRI is currently looking for eligible individuals to participate in one of their clinical trials focusing on PTSD.  If you or someone you know is suffering from PTSD and is looking for a more effective and reliable approach to its treatment and management,participation in our clinical trial may be one avenue to explore.

At a minimum, in order to be eligible to participate in our PTSD clinical trial, you must be someone who
➢Is at least 18 years of age, and
➢ Been diagnosed as someone suffering from PTSD.
➢ Note: Additional entry criteria apply.

Participation is strictly confidential. Study medication, and study-related visits, procedures and tests are offered free of charge. SPRI also offers limited financial compensation, as well as reimbursement to cover reasonable food and travel-related expenses.

If you wish to volunteer or learn more about what is involved in participating in one of our clinical trials or wish to see if you qualify to participate, please call 718-616-2400 or click the Contact US button below to send us an email.

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