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Brain Injury Clinical Trials

A listing of Brain Injury medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (5) clinical trials

Investigating Usability of c-SIGHT in the Homes of Brain Injury Survivors With Spatial Neglect

A stroke can damage the brain, so that it no longer receives information about the space around one side of the world. If this happens, people may not be aware of anything on one side, usually the same side they also lost their movement (the most affected side). This severe ...

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Active Injury Management (AIM) After Pediatric Concussion

The investigators will conduct a phase II factorial clinical trial . The clinical trial will determine the benefit of prescribed low-intensity physical activity, behavioral management, or both, versus standard rest in acute (24-48 hrs) (Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) patients presenting to the pediatric Emergency Department (ED). Low-intensity physical activity ...

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Behavioral Profile Matching: A Precision Medicine Approach to Concussion Rehabilitation

Psychosocial factors are known to affect recovery from concussion, but are not sufficiently taken into account by current treatment approaches. Distinct behavioral profiles after concussion have emerged in our research: (1) avoidance, where individuals perceive activity as overly dangerous and take care to avoid overexertion, and (2) endurance, where individuals ...

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Efficacy and Tolerability of Erenumab in the Prophylactic Treatment of Persistent Post-Traumatic Headache

The reasons and justification of choosing an open-label design are the following: To date, there are no evidence for prophylactic drugs treating post-traumatic headache. Post-traumatic headache patients are notoriously known to be refractory to prophylactic treatment and have usually tried several prophylactic drugs such as amitriptylin, which is recommended as ...


The Effectiveness of Core Stability Exercises

Background: The majority of subjects who have suffered a first-time stroke have balance disability in the subacute phase. Trunk impairment, restricted balance, and impaired postural control in patients with stroke are correlated with increasing risk of falls and impaired mobility. This creates disability and dependency in their activities of daily ...

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