Clinical Research

Clinical Research  & Trials are the systematic investigation of medical treatments, therapies, and interventions to determine their safety and effectiveness. It forms the backbone of modern healthcare, serving as the bridge between scientific discoveries and their real-world application. Here at Pacific Sports and Spine Clinic we believe that research is not just a part of what we do; it’s at the heart of our commitment to exceptional patient care.

Our involvement is driven by a few key principles:

    • Advancing Treatment Options: We are dedicated to staying at the forefront of medical advances, which allows us to provide our patients with the latest and most effective treatments available.
    • Improving Patient Outcomes: Our participation in research studies helps us refine our treatment approaches, leading to better results and experiences for our patients.
    • Contributing to the Community: By actively engaging in clinical research, we’re contributing to the broader healthcare community’s knowledge and the betterment of patient care on a global scale.

Our commitment to advancing healthcare through research is unwavering and drives the pursuit of cutting-edge treatments in our clinical research practice. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our initiatives and how they benefit you, the patient, and the future of healthcare as a whole. If you’re interested in learning more about clinical research and trials and how you might participate, contact our Clinical Research Coordinator at

Clinical Trials Open to Enrollment:

  • SPARTAN: A Prospective, Multicenter, Post Market Surveillance Study on a Modular SI Joint Fusion System
    A prospective study on the use of the TransLoc 3D SI Joint Fusion System for patients with sacroiliac joint disruptions or degenerative sacroiliitis. This is a multicenter, prospective, post-market surveillance study on the TransLoc 3D Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System including two treatment arms: 1) Lateral-Oblique TransLoc 3D Screw(s), 2) Lateral Oblique TransLoc 3D Screw with Posterior Device (Hybrid).  Data from this post-market study will be used to support knowledge of clinical efficacy and improvement with the use of TransLoc 3D Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System. Visit to learn more about the study. See the TransLoc 3D animation here.