ClinSearch Chattanooga to Host Diabetes Awareness Open House

Offering Height, Weight, Blood Pressure & Diabetes Checks Thursday, April 19th, 2018 (Chattanooga, TN) – ClinSearch clinical research is having a Diabetes Awareness Open House, Thursday, April 19th from 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM. People with concerns about diabetes for themselves, or a loved one, are encouraged to contact ClinSearch to schedule an appointment. The medical team will provide detailed … Read More

Join us for a Skin Rash Open House – Week of April 2nd 2018

WHAT: Open House for Skin Rashes WHEN: Week of April 2nd – 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM We’re hosting an open house for people who are concerned about skin rashes this week. The evaluation is at no cost to you. From 8:00 am until 4:00 pm, we invite you to stop in and have a skin rash evaluated. Depending on … Read More

Crohn’s Disease

Crohn’s disease causes inflammation of the digestive tract usually within the colon or the lower part of the small intestines. This inflammatory bowel disease can lead to severe diarrhea, malnutrition, weight loss, fatigue, and abdominal pain. There is no known cure for Crohn’s disease. Causes may include heredity, environment, or a faulty immune system. Other risk factors include environment, age, ethnicity, … Read More

Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)

Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a common skin condition that causes dry, red, itchy, flaky skin. These symptoms will often lead to infection causing small blisters to form that may ooze or crust over.  The severity of eczema depends upon how large an area of the skin is affected.  The more common places for eczema to appear are the face, neck, legs, … Read More

Ulcerative Colitis

Are you suffering with ulcerative colitis? This kind of inflammatory bowel disease can be quite debilitating. Ulcerative colitis, or UC, causes inflammation and ulcers to develop within the inner most lining of the large intestines (the colon and rectum). Ulcerative colitis is a disease that progresses over time and can lead to health complications if left untreated. Although there is no … Read More

ClinSearch Announces Transition in Leadership Team

Welcomes Mark M. McKenzie, M.D. as Medical Director [Chattanooga, TN] – ClinSearch, Clinical Research Specialists announces a transition in leadership at the 25-year-old clinical research site. Dr. Mark M. McKenzie is succeeding ClinSearch founder Dr. Richard A. Krause as medical director. “I have a passion for medical care and the difference it makes in the lives of individuals”, said Mark … Read More

ClinSearch to Partner with the Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation

We are excited to announce our partnership with the Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation and to get the word out about our ongoing clinical research study of Sjögren’s Syndrome. Below is a letter the foundation has sent out on our behalf: October 2017 Dear Sjögren’s Patient: Each day research and clinical trials are being conducted to unveil new medications, therapies and diagnostic tools … Read More

Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis and You

Crohn’s disease vs. ulcerative colitis Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are both chronic inflammatory diseases of the GI tract. Ulcerative colitis involves only the colon, and Crohn’s can involve any part of the GI tract (from the mouth to anus). Both occur most frequently in men and women between the ages of 15-35. Symptoms vary but can include: Diarrhea Rectal … Read More

Join ClinSearch at the Hamilton County Minority Health Fair on Saturday 8/19

Closing the Health Gap in Our Community Join ClinSearch at the 15th annual Hamilton County Minority Health Fair When: Saturday, 8/19 from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM at Eastgate Town Center. Participants can receive a variety of health screenings and health information. Attendees can also safely dispose of unused or expired prescription medication. See details @ www.sethc.org View more here: … Read More

Crohn’s Disease

1.4 million Americans live with Crohn’s disease. Crohn’s disease is usually diagnosed between the age 15-30. Additionally, 5-20% of individuals with Crohn’s have a family history of the disease. Though the cause is unknown, we know the symptoms are caused by a hyperactive immune system attacking the gut. Crohn’s may involve any part of the GI tract, but usually the distal small … Read More