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Research Study Participants Needed!

WHO: Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease
WHAT: Transcranial Direct Stimulation
WHY: To improve walking 

Study Title: Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation: does it improve dual tasking in people with Parkinson’s disease?

Researcher: Chad Swank, PT, PhD, NCS

Location: Texas Woman's University, School of Physical Therapy
                5500 Southwestern Medical Ave.
                Dallas, TX 75235

HOW: Contact Chad Swank @ 214-689-7714 to learn if you qualify for this study

Low Back Pain Study
With or Without
$15 or $30 for participation
To be eligible to participate in the study, you must:
Be between the age of 20 and 60.
Never had serious spinal condition such as tumor, fracture, or infection.
Never had back or hip surgery.
Not be pregnant.
Not have a history of osteoporosis.
Not have any signs of disc prolapse, herniation.
Have had low back pain for at least 3 months or never had any history of low back pain.

If you are interested in participating or if you have any question,
please contact Mohammad Almadan PT, MS: Tel: 214 689 6745 Ext. 3 or Email:  

Walking Interventions for Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

Participants will undergo gait training 2x/week for 12 weeks either with a robotic exoskeleton or body weight supported treadmill training. *No Remuneration available

To be eligible you must have an incomplete spinal cord injury of C7 ASIA C or below and be able to walk at least 30 feet unassisted.  Participants must meet exoskeleton requirements of weight of 220 pounds  or less, height of 5’0”-6’4”, hip width 18” or less, and close to normal range of motion in hips, knees, and ankles.

Contact Chad Swank, PhD, PT, NCS, 214-689-7714,















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