Be involved in a Dystonia study! Functional screening tests in Cervical Dystonia

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Do you have cervical dystonia and can walk without assistance?

The Physiotherapists at Westmead Hospital are conducting a study into walking and balance in people with cervical dystonia. They are looking for adults with cervical dystonia who can walk unassisted to attend 1 – 2 sessions with a physiotherapist at Westmead Hospital. During these sessions, participants will be asked to perform a series of walking and balance tests, and fill in some questionnaires. Results from this study will be used to help design new physiotherapy treatments for people with cervical dystonia.

Click on links to Study flyer and information sheet for further details.

Functional screening tests in cervical dystonia Flyer 

Participant Information Sheet Clinical Trial – Functional screening tests in cervical dystonia

Clinical Trial Contact: If you would like more information or are interested in joining the study please contact Physiotherapist and Associate investigator, Melani Boyce, on melani.boyce@health.nsw.gov.au or phone 0407 987 386.

This research project has been approved by the Western Sydney Local Health District Human Research Ethics Committee and permission has been sought by researcher for ADSG to add to website and social media.

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