Seeking Research Study Participants in Montgomery County
Working together to develop alternative treatment options for autoimmune issues for residents of Montgomery County, TX.
Many inflammatory conditions and autoimmune illnesses have no known cure. Current medications or treatments are not always as effective as we would like them to be for every person. Patients continue to struggle with a range of symptoms including, but not limited to:
- Joint and muscle pain
- Vision changes
- Mobility issues
At ARH Research, it’s our mission to provide innovative and improved medical treatments for a variety of autoimmune issues and chronic conditions such as lupus, psoriatic arthritis, giant cell arteritis, gout, and more. We work together with cutting-edge pharmaceutical companies, exploring new medication options and seeking better pain and symptom management for our patients.
Serving Montgomery County
Located in the East Texas Timberlands Region just 40 miles north of Houston, Montgomery County was founded in 1837 by an act of the Congress of the Republic of Texas. One of its claims to fame occurred two years later when Charles Stewart designed the Lone Star flag of Texas in Montgomery, Texas, making Montgomery County the “Birthplace of the Lone Star Flag.”
Today’s Montgomery County boasts a number of lakes, including Lake Conroe and Lake Woodlands, W. Goodrich Jones State Forest, and a portion of Sam Houston National Forest, drawing many visitors interested in boating, hunting, hiking, and fishing.
We are currently seeking qualified residents of Montgomery County who have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease or chronic health condition to participate in clinical research studies at one of our clinics. If you live in the following cities or surrounding areas, you might be eligible to enroll in one of our studies:
- Cut and Shoot
- Oak Ridge North
- Panorama Village
- Patton Village
WHAT SETS ARH RESEARCH APART
We believe the time for more effective treatments is now. We are committed to patient-centered, ground-breaking care for Montgomery County residents struggling with chronic pain and autoimmune conditions.
If you have tried traditional treatments for pain relief, but they’re just not working for you, there is hope. Our team of researchers understands that chronic symptoms can make everyday tasks difficult and can lower the quality of life for patients. Every discovery we make in our clinical research studies brings us closer to better treatments for you and others who suffer every day. We are proud to be part of the solution.
Who We Are
Our team of researchers is led by Dr. Tamar Brionez. She brings over a decade of experience in diagnosing and treating rheumatic musculoskeletal disease and systemic autoimmune conditions such as Sjögren’s Syndrome, Ankylosing Spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis and more, as well as a passion for putting patients first.
Research Studies Now Enrolling
We are currently seeking candidates for the following studies: