Clinical Trials

The mission of our team at Curalta Clinical Trials is to perform the highest quality clinical research that contributes to the advancement of medical knowledge, improves patient outcomes, and leads to the development of new and innovative treatments. We are committed to providing a safe, ethical, and inclusive environment for our study participants, staff, and physicians. Through collaboration with healthcare providers, partnering investigational sites, and industry partners, we aim to translate scientific discoveries into meaningful clinical applications that benefit patients and society as a whole.

Qualified Participants May:

  • See a study doctor or medical staff at no cost
  • Have access to topical study medication
  • Receive compensation for time and travel

See trial postings for more details

All trials are conducted at our
Westwood Office Location

400 Old Hook Road, Suite 1-4,
Westwood, NJ 07675

For questions or sign up, please contact us at or call 551-557-3409

Current Clinical Trials

Diabetic Foot Ulcer with Bone Infection Study

Our doctors are now evaluating a study treatment that may selectively target bacteria in those with diabetic foot ulcers with bone infection or osteomyelitis.

Venous Leg Ulcer Study

This venous leg ulcer study is being conducted using an FDA approved skin substitute which may help better heal your ulcer when used in combination with standard venous leg ulcer treatment.

Bunionectomy Study

Curalta Clinical Trials is conducting a clinical trial evaluating an investigational pain medication for post-op bunionectomy. If you or someone you …

Plantar Fasciitis Study

Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of arch and heel pain. It involves inflammation of a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom causing stabbing pain…

Plantar Fibroma Study

Plantar fibromas are generally benign lumps which occur in the arch of the foot and can become painful over time. At times these areas may feel smaller or larger, with varying degrees of pain while walking or standing. They usually feel hard or firm and can be solitary or occur oin a group of two or more.