UC Irvine recruiting volunteers for study

Volunteers who are 18 to 55 years of age with FSHD are needed for a study to evaluate functional mobility. The principal investigator is Jay Han, MD, of the University of California Irvine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. The purpose of the study is to investigate a new method to measure functional mobility in FSHD population in preparation for future therapeutic clinical trials.

About the Study

  • Involves up to 2 visits to the Acute Rehab Unit or outpatient PT/OT clinic at University of California, Irvine Medical Center in Orange, CA
  • Up to 1 hour for each visit
  • $200 compensation after completion of the study
  • No cost to you or insurance.

If interested, please contact: 
Vicky Chan, DPT
Phone: 949-447-8339
Email: vchan2@uci.edu
And ask about the “The FSHD Study”

Download flyer here.

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4 responses to “UC Irvine recruiting volunteers for study”

  1. I’d love to participate but I’m 64. Diagnosed at 54, after initial on-set at 51, i’ve Done very well by doing physical therapy. I live alone, grocery shop, drive, walk for exercise and teach. I do not use a wheelchair or any supports except a Philadelphia collar when I drive.

    Thank you for asking,

    Margaret Mueller
    Roseville, CA

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