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Locomotor function following transcutaneous electrical spinal cord stimulation in individuals with hemiplegic stroke

IRB Protocol Number STU00215009


Kelly McKenzie


The objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of transcutaneous (non-invasive) spinal cord stimulation on gait and balance function for individuals with hemiplegia due to stroke.

Who Can Participate

Individuals at least 6 months post-stroke with weakness on one side of the body and no history of seizures or atrial fibrillation (A-fib)



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