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Spinal Cord Injuries Clinical Trials

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

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Found (10) clinical trials

The Efficacy of Hypnotic Cognitive Therapy for Chronic Pain in SCI

This is a two-group randomized controlled trial designed to determine whether telephone-delivered, hypnosis enhanced cognitive therapy (HYPNOCT) is an effective treatment for chronic SCI-related pain compared to usual care (UC). Those who consent to participate in the study will be randomized to HYPNOCT or UC. Following enrollment, but prior to ...

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C-Brace II Spinal Cord Injury

A randomized, repeated measures comparative design study to compare use of a micro-processor controlled knee-ankle-foot orthosis vs. traditional care knee-ankle-foot-orthosis (KAFO) models following discharge from inpatient rehabilitation.

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Impact of Custom Assistive and Adaptive Technology in Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation engineering is a relatively new field that encompasses many diverse disciplines in engineering, technology, and medicine. Many hospitals do not have a rehabilitation engineering department and their patients are limited to products that are commercially available. These products are often very expensive and not ideal for the user. Each ...

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Gentamicin Bladder Instillation in Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury Having Chronic Urinary Tract Infections

The purpose of this study is to determine if twice daily bladder flushing with an antibiotic solution will decrease the rate of UTIs and the use of oral medications used to treat UTIs. The occurrence of UTIs in the SCI population is high, with a rate of about 2.5 episodes ...

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Autologous Bulbar Olfactory Ensheathing Cells and Nerve Grafts for Treatment of Patients With Spinal Cord Transection

The "Wrocaw Walk Again" project is a continuation of the innovative experimental therapy involving reconstruction of patient's severed spinal cords, using their own olfactory glial cells from the olfactory bulb as well as implants from peripheral nerves. The first operation of its kind was performed in 2012. The reconstruction of ...

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Walk-Training Program for Individuals With Chronic Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the common leading cause of death among people with spinal cord injury (SCI) and occurs at an early age in people with SCI as compared to able-bodied people. The findings are consistent in demonstrating a high prevalence of CVD among people with SCI. Lack of physical ...

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Feasibility of Exercise and Spinal Cord Injury

People with spinal cord injury (PwSCI) are at a greater risk for major health conditions and poorer health outcomes than the population without spinal cord injury. For PwSCI, habitual exercise is critical for both physiological and psychological well-being. Prior research indicates that exercise programs conducted in a controlled setting have ...

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Postprandial Lipid Tracer and Exercise in Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injury (SCI) results in dysregulation of fat metabolism that increases the risk of morbidity and mortality from cardioendocrine disease. Excessive accumulation of visceral fat after SCI is a serious risk component for cardioendocrine disease and results in part from pronounced hypertriglyceridemia following ingestion of fat-containing meals (i.e., exaggerated ...

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Stimulation to Enhance Walking Post-SCI

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of transcutaneous direct current stimulation (tsDCS) on locomotor function and rehabilitation outcomes in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury (ISCI). tsDCS is a mild, non-invasive form of electrical stimulation that can alter spinal cord excitability. Specific Aim 1 (Cross-sectional): To ...

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Movement-2-Music: Lakeshore Examination of Activity Disability and Exercise Response Study

The proposed intervention efficacy trial will examine a rhythmic-based movement-2-music (M2M) intervention with 108 adults with physical/mobility disabilities who will be randomized into one of two groups: a) M2M or b) waitlist control. The primary aim is to determine the effects of a 12-week M2M intervention on physical and psychosocial ...

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