Orthopedics Clinical Studies
Patients who qualify have access at Greenwich Hospital to national clinical trials and research focusing on the latest treatment protocols and medications in Neurology, Orthopedics and Oncology. Involvement in clinical trials benefits patients by providing access to a wide range of new, experimental treatments and therapies without having to leave the community.
The Spine Institute at Greenwich Hospital, specializes in minimally invasive options for spinal fusion. The Institute's neurosurgeons are at the forefront of clinical research, helping to advance the field and optimize patient outcomes. Greenwich Hospital’s Wallace Trials Center is involved in several national clinical trials, including an ongoing study comparing outcomes of two spinal fusion techniques to release a compressed nerve. Learn more >>
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The ONS Foundation
The ONS Foundation was established in alliance with Greenwich Hospital. Its purpose is to develop the most advanced surgical techniques, rehabilitation protocols and clinical outcomes in orthopedics and neurosurgery. The foundation is currently working on several research projects. One study is comparing outcomes of open spine surgery to minimally invasive surgery and another is examining spinal stress fractures in young athletes.
Learn about the ONS Foundation on their web site >>