Impact of Persistent Conductances on Motor Unit Firing in SCI - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Impact of Persistent Conductances on Motor Unit Firing in SCI

Objective

To study differences in upper arm strength and reflexes after chronic spinal cord injury, and how strength and reflexes change after taking certain medications

IRB Protocol Number
STU00012823
Principal Investigator(s)
Renee D. Theiss

Clinical Trial Categories

  • Spinal Cord Injury Research

Compensation

  • Provided
Sponsor(s)
Craig H. Neilsen Foundation
How to Participate
  • Participants with incomplete, chronic (>1yr) cervical spinal cord injury with upper arm impairment who are not currently taking medications to treat spasticity or pain.
  • Participants with no history of neurological injury to be control subjects.