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Limb Spasticity Clinical Trials

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


Found (47) clinical trials

People with Pediatric Lower Limb Spasticity are being asked to participate in a research study being conducted by Montefiore Medical Center.

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The purpose of the study is to understand the needs of aging people with long-term physical disability. Participation includes 3 surveys either online or via phone. The surveys take 30 – 45 minutes each to complete.  A $16.00 gift card is provided for each completed survey (IRB # 201710186).  

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First Study With a Brain Implant to Help Locked-in Patients Communicate at Home

In this pilot study we will provide locked-in people with a new means of communication which has not been possible up to now. For the first time, we will test whether we can record and decode neural signals obtained directly from the brain, for control over a computer. The target ...

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Natural History of Shoulder Pathology in Manual Wheelchair Users

Of the 1.7 million wheelchair users in the United States (US), 90 percent, or 1.5 million persons use manual wheelchairs (MWCs). People with traumatic and non-traumatic spinal cord injuries (SCI) make up approximately 20% of the MWC users, and 12,000 new traumatic SCIs occur every year. While MWCs are immediately ...

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Compare Two Guidance Techniques for Botulinum Toxin Injections for the Treatment of Limb Spasticity and Focal Dystonia

This is a study to investigate the use of two targeting techniques for botulinum toxin (BoNT) injection for the treatment of focal hand dystonia and upper limb spasticity: Electrophysiologic guidance, using electrical stimulation, and ultrasound. Subjects will be selected from the clinical programs of both Icahn School of Medicine at ...

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Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Associated With Physical Therapy to Reduce Upper Limb Spasticity in Post Stroke Patients

In this study, it is being investigated if the association between high frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation associated with motor physical therapy reduces spasticity, increases upper limb motor function, and quality of life of post-chronic stroke patients than motor physical therapy alone. For this purpose, patients included will be submitted ...

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Feasibility of mindBEAGLE in Disorders of Consciousness or Locked-In Syndrome

The primary aims of this study are: To determine the feasibility of deploying mindBEAGLE, a portable, bedside EEG-based system, in the Intensive Care Unit in patients with disorders of consciousness (DOC) or locked-in syndrome (LIS); To determine if mindBEAGLE neurophysiologic markers of cognitive function correlate with bedside behavioral assessments of ...

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Improving Ambulatory Community Access After Paralysis

In a surgical procedure electrodes are inserted into muscles of the lower extremities to correct hip, knee and ankle function. The electrode leads are connected to an implanted pulse generator located in the abdomen. After a typical post-operative period of two to five days, the recipient will be discharged home ...


The Effects of Intensive Therapy on Quantitative and Qualitative Parameters of Trunk and Lower Limbs in Children With Spastic Cerebral Palsy.

Research on the effects of physiotherapeutic interventions in children with CP has grown expansively, and shows a wide diversity of techniques and concepts that are used in variable intensity. Until now there is no consensus on the optimal intensity of these interventions to have a positive impact on the activity ...

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Robust Intelligent Keyboard for Quadraplegic Patients

The evaluation aims to estimate the performance of BCIs in patient and healthy subjects in a clinical setting (primary objective) and to compare this performance with an existing assitive technology adapted to the target population of this study (scanning system). A quadriplegic patient population (n = 10) evaluated the two ...

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