Cuyahoga Community College Healthcare Services: Affordable Community Screenings and Therapy
Ongoing on a semester schedule
You Are Invited to Take Part in Research Study
Using Reaching Tasks to Explore Hand Use After Stroke at
Cleveland State University
FES Center at Cleveland Veterans Administration & MetroHealth
FES Center Veterans Administration: Call 216-791-3800 x3830 (Vet status not required). Currently Dr. Pundik has 2 studies on arms (must have slight wrist movement or independent finger movement and no history of seizures) and a leg study has been approved but not started (must have ankle movement). More studies are expected to be funded this year.
FES Center MetroHealth Hospital: Peggy Maloney 216-778-8563. Currently there are at least three studies: Shoulder Pain, Ankle Movement (must be able to walk without a brace), and Hand Movement (must be able to extend arm forward a little and up a little). There is also a hand-mentor study. Metro pays for transportation or provides free transportation. Studies led by Dr. John Chae, Dr. of Physical Medicine, 216-778-5347. www.metrohealth.org/strokeresearch
Cleveland State University Physical Therapy Department
Cleveland State is currently conducting a balance study at the Cleveland Clinic Walker Center. For more information, call Dr. Ann Karas Reinthal 216-687-3576, or email her at A.Karas@csuohio.edu.
Cincinnati Clinical Trials
Rehab Lab is a research facility in Cincinnati with articles and information regarding stroke rehab. Patients who participate in stroke studies can live in the assisted living community while at the Drake Center. www.rehablab.org.
Seeking Stroke Survivors for Study on Arm Hand Rehabilitation
Conducted at the Cleveland Clinic by:
Thelma Asare, MPH — Clinical Research Coordinator
Dr. Ela Plow, PhD — Principal Investigator