Currently Enrolling Postmenopausal Females with Osteoporosis

We are currently conducting a clinical research study to evaluate study injections and their effect on Osteoporosis.

Qualified Female Participants Must:

  • Have a confirmed diagnosis of Osteoporosis

  • Be Postmenopausal and 60 to 90 years old

  • Be able to visit our office 12 times for approximately 82 weeks

Those Who Qualify Receive:

  • Study related exams

  • Study injections

  • Compensation for time and travel

Osteoporosis: Need for Eliminating Bone Breakdown


The word 'OSTEOPOROSIS' means 'POROUS BONE'. It is a disease that weakens bones, and if you have it, you are at a greater risk for sudden and unexpected bone fractures.


The disease often develops without any symptoms or pain, and it is usually not discovered until the weakened bones cause painful fractures. Most of these are fractures of the hip, wrist and spine.

Who is at risk for developing Osteoporosis?

There are many risk factors that increase you chance of developing osteoporosis - two of the most significant being gender and age.

Everyone's risk for osteoporosis fractures increases with age. However, women over the age of 50 or postmenopausal women have the greatest risk of developing osteoporosis. Women undergo rapid bone loss in their first 10 years after entering menopause, because menopause slows the production of estrogen, a hormone that protects against excessive bone loss.

Women are four times more likely to develop Osteoporosis than men

After age 50, one in two women will have an Osteoporosis-related fracture in their lifetime

Osteoporosis is responsible for more than 2 million fractures each year... and growing

Osteoporosis: A Silent Disease

What are the symptoms of Osteoporosis?

Usually, there are no symptoms of osteoporosis. That is why it is sometimes called a silent disease. However, you should watch out for the following things:

  • Loss of height (getting shorter by an inch or more)

  • Change in posture (stooping or bending forward)

  • Shortness of breath (smaller lung capacity due to compressed disks)

  • Bone fractures

  • Pain in the lower back

To learn more about this study, please contact us:

Monday - Friday 8AM - 4PM

Tel.: 941 - 954 - 2355

Text: 941 - 210 - 1026 (avail 24/7)

Email: DHays@PCCRSarasota.com