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Clinical Trial

Daily Intermittent Hypoxia and Task-Specific Upper Limb Training in Persons with Chronic Incomplete SCI

IRB Protocol Number STU00204305

Contact

Milap Sandhu msandhu@sralab.org

Objective

To investigate the effectiveness of AIH therapy, either alone or coupled with task-specific training, to improve upper extremity function in individuals with chronic incomplete cervical spinal cord injury.
 

 

Who Can Participate

  • Individuals with incomplete cervical level spinal cord injury, from a non-progressive etiology
  • At least 1 year post injury
  • Who are not currently taking any antispasticity medications.

Compensation

  • Initial Baseline Testing: $40
  • Each Intervention sessions: $30-$40
  • Each Follow up Testing: $40
  • Total Compensation for the study will be $350-$400.
  • All compensation provided through the use of a ClinCard. 

Age Range

18-70

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