Exoskeletal-Assisted Walking in Persons with SCI: Impact on Quality of Life
The primary objective of the Exoskeletal-Assisted Walking in Persons with SCI study is to demonstrate that Veterans with chronic Spinal Cord Injuries over 6 months in duration who are primary wheelchair users as their standard of care plus use of an exoskeletal-assisted walking device in their home and community will have clinically meaningful net improvements in the MCS/VR-36 and in patient-reported outcomes for the SCI Quality of Life bladder, bowel, and pain item banks compared with those who use only standard of care, or their wheelchair only.
PI: Katherine Stenson
Study Coordinator: Stephanie Hendrick
This study is currently enrolling. To learn more about CSP #2003 and how you can join contact our research office at (314) 289-7690.