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NCT01917903 : Walking While Talking: The Effect of Doing Two Things at Once in Individuals With Neurological Injury or Disease
AgesMin: 18 Years Max: 90 Years
Inclusion Criteria:


- Clinical diagnosis of Parkinson's disease, mild traumatic brain injury, multiple
sclerosis or Huntington's disease

- ambulatory for at least 200 feet without an assistive device (cane, walker, etc)

Exclusion Criteria:

- recent orthopedic injury (e.g., fracture, sprain, muscle pull, herniated disc)

- concurrent neurological illnesses including stroke, brain cancer, spinal cord injury,
and diabetic neuropathies.

- cardiac insufficiency limiting ability to participate in walking study
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