IRB 00066544: The Efficacy of Aquatic Locomotor Training Compared to Overground Locomotor Training in Improving Ambulatory Function and Health-Related Quality of Life

This research is being done to find out if Aquatic Locomotor Therapy can improve function and quality of life of people who have some weakness in their legs after sustaining a spinal cord injury in the same way, or better than, patients receiving locomotor therapy on land, which is also known as Overground Locomotor Therapy.

Adults aged 18 to 65 years with incomplete cervical spinal cord injury resulting from trauma that was sustained more than 12 months ago, may take part in this study.

For more information:
Please contact the ICSCI Clinical Trials Research Coordinator at 443-923-9235 or clinicaltrials@spinalcordrecovery.org