Stroke Patients Receiving Chiropractic Care Post-rehabilitation

  • End date
    Jul 2, 2023
  • participants needed
  • sponsor
    Life University
Updated on 2 October 2021


The Life University Center for Chiropractic Research is conducting a research study to better understand how 12-weeks of chiropractic care differentially affects the post-rehabilitation brain electrical patterns and body movement patterns of individuals who have experienced hemorrhagic versus ischemic stroke The study will involve visits to the Life University Center for Chiropractic Research (CCR) in midtown Atlanta. During the 12 weeks of focused care, chiropractic visits could be several times a week depending on the care plan. In addition to the chiropractic care, individuals will receive a physical examination and three follow-up assessments. The assessments in the CCR will include a non-invasive evaluation of the brain wave patterns using electroencephalography (EEG), completion of a few surveys, a balance assessment and a movement assessment. Qualified individuals will receive study treatment and care at no cost.

Condition cerebrovascular accidents, strokes, cerebral, Cerebrovascular accident, Stroke
Treatment Chiropractic Care
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05027178
SponsorLife University
Last Modified on2 October 2021


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Post stroke rehabilitation

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Not experienced sub-arachnoid bleeding within the last 4 weeks, fractures or trauma to the skull, pregnancy, or progressive RA
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