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Current Trials

Elder woman getting a check up from a female doctor

Current Clinical Trials

Tristar Clinical Investigations is currently focusing on two areas of medical study: obesity and gout. We invite patients to help us better understand these two trial topics, creating the best solutions to treat and eliminate the negative implications from excess weight or gout. Our medical office encourages patients to take control of their health and proactively manage and treat their symptoms and health complications with the help of our medical experts and trial research.

Obesity Trial

Many patients around the country suffer from obesity, along with the many detrimental health conditions that accompany excess weight from unhealthy eating habits or a sedentary lifestyle. Our current obesity clinical trial focuses on helping patients treat cardiovascular disease and risk factors, as well as create healthy lifestyle plans to implement heart-healthy habits, from diet to exercise. 


Contact Tristar Clinical Investigations to learn more about the qualifications necessary to participate in our ongoing obesity and weight loss clinical trials.

Gout Trial

We are also currently enrolling patients in a clinical trial for gout. Recent gout treatments have proven counter-productive, causing patients to see an increase in gout flare-ups. Our study focuses on the effectiveness of medications that reduce uric acid levels and flare-ups, giving high-quality solutions to eliminate those suffering from gout.

Man suffering from foot pain


Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019, we are continually searching for the best treatments and solutions to eliminate the harmful effects and symptoms of COVID. With our current trials, we are looking to find the most effective way to treat and prevent COVID exposure for patients of all ages.

Diabetes patient using a glucometer at home.

Diabetes Trial

Diabetes can be difficult to treat and manage, and our medical research aims to improve the lives of patients suffering from type 2 diabetes. Our medical experts hope to find proactive solutions to better care for patients with ongoing health concerns from their diabetes diagnosis.

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