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Clinical Trial

Quantifying the biomechanical and neural factors contributing to shoulder instability

IRB Protocol Number STU00208382

Contact

Constantine Nicolozakes constantine.nicolozakes@northwestern.edu

Objective

The objective of this work is to quantify the passive and active contributions to shoulder stability in individuals with shoulder instability and asymptomatic shoulders.

Who Can Participate

We are currently seeking asymptomatic individuals with:

  • No substantial shoulder pain
  • No prior shoulder dislocation, tendon tear, fracture, or surgery
  • Not pregnant
  • No neck pain requiring a physician visit
  • No genetic connective tissue disease
  • Available to come to the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab for one 3-4 hour session

We also are currently seeking individuals with multidirectional shoulder instability:

  • Clinical diagnosis of multidirectional instability
  • No prior shoulder dislocation, tendon tear, fracture, or surgery
  • Not pregnant
  • No neck pain requiring a physician visit
  • No genetic connective tissue disease
  • Available to come to the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab for one 3-4 hour session

Compensation

Provided

Age Range

18-30

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