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by Rushton,Jeff last modified Aug 18, 2011 05:13 PM

Research & Clinical Inquiries and Answers

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Research FAQs

What is the first step I need to take if I am interested in participating in a research study?

If I enter my information into the online form, am I automatically accepted into Research at the Human Locomotion Research Center in Frazier Rehab?

If I receive a packet in the mail, am I automatically accepted into a research study at the Human Locomotion Research Center in Frazier Rehab?

Are there any age limitations for research participants at the Human Locomotion Research Center?

Who qualifies to participate in research at the Human Locomotion Research Center?

If I am selected for a research study, how long will the research study last?

How will I know if I am a possible candidate for any of the research studies?

What if some of my information changes and I have already submitted an inquiry form?

Hasn't electrical stimulation been used for many years to help people move paralyzed muscles?

What is Epidural Spinal Cord Stimulation and how is it different from Functional Electric Stimulation (FES)?

What's next? When will this Epidural Stimulation treatment be available to the general public?

Where can I/my family stay?

Clinical Programs FAQs

What is the first step I need to take if I am interested in participating in Clinical Programs?

If I enter my information into the online form, am I automatically accepted into a Clinical Program at Frazier Rehabilitation Institute?

If I receive a packet in the mail, am I automatically accepted into a Clinical Program at Frazier Rehabilitation Institute?

Are there any age limitations for participants in the clinical programs at Frazier Rehab Institute?

What kind of outpatient services are offered at Frazier Rehab?

What is Locomotor Training (LT)?

How much time does a Locomotor Training session take?



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