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Clinical Trial

Post-Stroke Walking Speed and Community Ambulation Conversion, A Pivotal Study

IRB Protocol Number STU00210156

Contact

Sara Prokup sprokup@sralab.org

Objective

Participants will be randomized into one of two groups: one that uses Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation during walking training, or one that performs walking training without music.

The purpose of this clinical study is to demonstrate that after five weeks of training at three times per week with Stride Plus, participants representing limited community ambulators in the chronic stroke population will on average have increased their walking speed more than the active control group as measured by the 10 Meter Walk test. Additionally, the gait speed increase will be greater than the MCID of .15m/s.

Who Can Participate

  • ≥ 50 years old
  • At least 6 months post-stroke
  • Able to safely participate in 30-minute walking therapy sessions
  • Not participating in another walking training study
  • Does not have any hearing impairment

Compensation

Provided upon participation. 

$40 for first and last visit

$25 per training session

Age Range

50 -99

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