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Biofeedback with Wearable Sensors to Facilitate Neuroplasticity in Spinal Cord Injury

IRB Protocol Number STU00206714



To determine if playing games with muscle activity feedback can help people with spinal cord injuries get better at using their arms and hands. 

Participants in this study will take part in 12 sessions of gameplay and 2 assessment sessions at the Center for Bionic Medicine, located in the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.

Who Can Participate

Participants must:

· Have a chronic traumatic spinal cord injury 

· Have an incomplete spinal cord injury (ASIA Impairment Scale B, C, or D) 

· Be English speaking

For additional information, please contact: ; 312-238-2080


Participants will receive compensation for each visit.

Age Range

Participants must be 18 years or older

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