Gastrointestinal Disorders

Take Control of Your Gastrointestinal Disorder

Take Control of Your Gastrointestinal Disorder

Has a gastrointestinal disorder made your life miserable? A viable treatment may be on the horizon. Medisphere Medical Research Center LLC is conducting a study to examine the effectiveness and safety of a new treatment for gastrointestinal disorder. If you're in the Evansville, IN area, you could take part in this groundbreaking research.

Participating in this clinical study could help countless other sufferer of gastrointestinal disorders find relief. Call 812-471-4110 today to find out if you qualify.


The purpose of this study is to look into the Safety and Efficacy of an already approved medication being used in the indication of diabetic gastroparesis. Gastroparesis is a condition where the stomach does not empty properly.

In a healthy stomach, the muscles push food through the digestive system. With Gastroparesis the muscles fail to empty the stomach normally, this condition can lead to poor nutrition, difficulty with digestion and symptoms like nausea and vomiting.

Gastroparesis is often found in people with diabetes.
This study medication will be an "add on" therapy. Participants will remain on their current Type II Diabetic Medications.
•Diagnosis of Diabetic Gastroparesis
•Male and Female
•Over 18


The purpose of the two studies is to Evaluate the Effectiveness and Safety for those who have:
•Diagnosis of Cohn's
•Inadequately responded to or are Intolerant to Conventional therapies but have NOT failed Biologic Therapy
•Intolerant or Inadequately responded to Biologic Therapy
•Male and Female
•Ages 18-75


Two different Clinical Trials both have the express purpose of Evaluating the Effectiveness and Safety for patients with moderate to severe conditions. Ulcerative Colitis (UC) which is a disease causing diarrhea and lower abdominal pain.
Standard treatments for UC typically include medications to reduce the inflammation of your intestines or change your immune system.
•Diagnosis of Ulcerative Colitis
•Clinical Study using a Biologic
•Clinical Study using Oral Medication


The purpose of this study is to see how Effective and Safe the study medication is in keeping Clostridium Difficile infections from returning in people who have had 3 or more episodes of C-diff in a 12 month period. Clostridium is a type of bacteria that is present in the environment and it can be present in low amounts as part of the bacteria in the intestine and colon.
•Diagnosis of C-diff
•Male and Female
•18 and older