Participants Wanted: Pregnancy Related Lumbo-Pelvic Pain Study
January 09, 2018
The Athletic Training program faculty are looking for participants for an intervention study exploring the effects of manual therapy on pregnancy related lumbo-pelvic pain. Participants are considered eligible if they are currently pregnant (due date between March 12 and July 21, 2018) and are experiencing back, pelvic or hip pain as a result of pregnancy. Participation takes about 60-90 minutes and will be conducted out of our Integrated Sport Medicine and Rehabilitative Therapy Clinic and the Integrated Sport Medicine Movement Analysis Laboratory Feb. 15-17, 28, and March 1-2. Participants are compensated with $150, 36 diapers and a baby carrier wrap! You can find more information about the ISMaRT Clinic, ISMMAL, or the study by contacting Dr. Lindsay Larkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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