Does Diabetic Nerve Pain keep you off your feet?

Diabetes can be difficult to manage, especially when it hurts

More than half of the people who have diabetes eventually also get diabetic peripheral neuropathy, or DPN. DPN is a painful condition that usually affects the lower extremities. And for many people, the pain from DPN can stop them from enjoying activities in their daily lives.

Doctors are conducting a clinical study

Local doctors are researching an investigational drug to find out if it may help with some of the pain caused by DPN.

Find out more.

Complete the online questionnaire to see if you may qualify.

Start the Questionnaire

you may be able to take
part if you:

  • Are 18 to 75 years old
  • Have Type 2 diabetes
  • Have pain in both legs and/or feet associated with DPN

The study doctor will check other requirements to confirm if you’re eligible.

If you take part in the study, you’ll receive at no cost:

  • Investigational drug for DPN
  • Study-related care from a local doctor

Health insurance and referrals aren’t required to participate.

If you have questions or comments that may include sensitive personal information, please call us at 855-415-2250.