Trial to Test Brain Stimulation Device for Balance Problems

Trial to Test Brain Stimulation Device for Balance Problems

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Trial to Test Brain Stimulation Device for Balance Problems

A new clinical trial is testing a novel noninvasive brain stimulation technology developed by Highland Instruments in people with Parkinson’s disease who have postural instability — difficulty with balance and the reflexes that help a person to stand upright. The trial (NCT03981055), which is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is recruiting participants at Spaulding Rehabilitation Network Research Institute in Charlestown, Massachusetts. The trial is open to adults ages 40 to 90 who…

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