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Posted Jan 14 2009 8:25pm
InforMS * Spring 2008 * Volume 24, Issue 2 * Rocky Mountain * Multiple Sclerosis Center

“The Effects of Vestibular Rehabilitation on
MS-related Fatigue: Randomized Control Trial”

Study Coordinator: Jeff Hebert PT, MS

Principal Investigator: Margaret Schenkman PT, PhD
Co-Investigator: John Corboy MD

Colorado Multiple Institutional Review (COMIRB)
approved Protocol # 06-1108

Investigators from the University of Colorado Hospital Multiple Sclerosis Center and University of Colorado at Denver Health Sciences Center conducting this study encompass a wide variety of clinicians, professors, and researchers specializing in Multiple Sclerosis Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Study Purpose: investigate the possible benefit that a previously untested approach to treatment
involving balance and eye movement training, known as Vestibular Rehabilitation, has on standing and
walking unsteadiness and self-reported fatigue in people with Multiple Sclerosis.

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