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Sensory Training for Visual Motion Sickness

This is a preliminary study to determine the reliability and validity of new tests of orientation and balance, as well as to test the effects of a new treatment for visually induced dizziness. Tests involve determining vertical alignment. The treatment is task-based and involves focusing attention on internal body sensations to help improve the sense of upright. Testing is done twice before and twice after treatment, which is provided twice-weekly during a three-week period between testing. The total time participants are involved in the study is approximately six weeks.
Kreg Gruben
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18 Years to 79 Years old
N/A
This study is also accepting healthy volunteers
NCT04420949
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Healthy Participants:
Inclusion Criteria:
Participants must
• have normal self-reported cognitive function
• speak English fluently
• weigh less than 225 pounds and be less than 6'4"
• be able to support their body weight in an upright posture for 15 minutes at a time
• be able to follow the guidelines regarding permitted and prohibited additional treatments outlined in this protocol
Exclusion Criteria:
Participants must not
• be pregnant or planning to become pregnant while in "on study" status
• have best-corrected visual acuity > 20/70
• have a self-reported, uncompensated, binocular vision abnormality, such as strabismus, amblyopia, or diplopia
• have peripheral neuropathy
• have a self-reported history of frequent syncope (>1/month) Participants with Visually-induced Dizziness:
Inclusion Criteria:
Participants must
• have self-reported symptoms of visually-induced dizziness
• have normal self-reported cognitive function
• speak English fluently
• weigh less than 225 pounds and be less than 6'4"
• be able to support their body weight in an upright posture for 15 minutes at a time
• be able to follow the guidelines regarding permitted and prohibited additional treatments outlined in this protocol
Exclusion Criteria:
Participants must not
• be participating in vestibular and balance rehabilitation therapy and/or be pregnant or planning to become pregnant while in "on study" status
• have best-corrected visual acuity > 20/70
• have a self-reported, uncompensated, binocular vision abnormality, such as strabismus, amblyopia, or diplopia
• have peripheral neuropathy, and/or 5) have a self-reported history of frequent syncope (>1/month)
Dizziness, Vertigo, Motion Sickness, Disorders of vestibular function, Vertiginous syndromes in diseases classified elsewhere
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