If you suffer from a Concussion a Head or Brain injury or experienced Balance problem You may qualify for a clinical research study to test a possible new treatment for Chronic Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
This Clinical Trial oversee by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Health Canada take place in various Medicals Center in north America and here, at the Montreal Neurofeedback Center.
You can also qualified for a compensation for your Time and Travel.
This Clinical Trial is in phase III of testing, which is the phase that determines whether or not a treatment receives regulatory clearance.
How it work ?The technique is painless and use a device name PoNS™.
Based on the scientific facts that cranial nerves in the tongue extend to several important brain structures. Researchers are investigating whether the stimulation of these brain structures, through the tongue, in combination with physical therapy, may improve chronic symptoms of concussion, head or brain injury.
What might I feel when using the device ?Sensations vary. You may feel a sensation similar to what it feels like to drink a carbonated beverage. The stimulation is mild enough that it will only be able to be felt by the tongue and lips.
Any Risks Involve ?
It has been given the determination of a non-significant risk (NSR) device by the FDA
Why Participate ?Clinical trials might be described as pipelines of hope for the development of new, more effective treatments that improve lives. People participate for various reasons, including a desire to help advance scientific research and to help themselves and others potentially gain access to new treatments.
• You can have more information and Answer the 5 questions survey - HERE - to see if you can be admissible.
If you are interested You can also communicate with Us by phone or indicate your interest on Our Research Form Application form on the link below.
Thank You in Advance to help US Help You and maybe many other people worldwide !
Research Form Application form
Select the - Traumatic Brain Injury (PoNS™) - in the Active Research
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