Cindy Allison is currently recruiting participants with spinal cord injury (SCI) for a PhD study. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of a Feldenkrais movement programme on ease of movement, pain, spasticity and fatigue in people with SCI. Potential participants would be adults with an SCI. They will need to have had their injury for at least 12 months, be able to get on and off the floor, and be able to communicate effectively and understand English instructions. The programme will begin in August but preliminary interviews and assessment will begin in June. For anyone based in Canterbury who may like to take part, please see the attached flyer for further information about participation Feldenkrais SCI study ad 2017 (002)
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