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Clinical Trial

Real-time neuromuscular control of exoskeletons

IRB Protocol Number STU00212191

Contact

Jackson Levine levinej@u.northwestern.edu

Objective

The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab is seeking adults with stroke to study the physiology of leg muscle activity to create models to allow for the real-time control of a robotic suit (exoskeleton).

During this GeoStroke phase of the study, participants will complete various movements at the hip, knee, and ankle joints. Participants will also perform multi-joint activities such as walking over force plates or walking on a treadmill with varying inclinations and walking speeds.

 

Who Can Participate

Participants must meet the following criteria:

  • English speaking adults
  • Ages 18-80
  • Individuals diagnosed with stroke at least 6 months prior
  • Available to come to the AbilityLab for up to four 4 hour visits
  • Walk independently with or without assistive device

Compensation

Compensation provided upon acceptance.

up to $50 per visit.

Age Range

18 - 80

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