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Invitation to participate in physical therapy research

Are you an active person with Parkinson's that wants to make a contribution to research?

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About the event

Lindsay Perry is a physical therapist and a PhD candidate with Texas Woman’s University working on her dissertation.  She is activly recruiting people with Parkinson Disease to participate in the research study titled “Establishing the Measurement Properties of the Revised High-Level Mobility Assessment Tool in People with Mild to Moderate Parkinson Disease”. 

She is interested in studying high level mobility, such as running, hopping, and leaping in people with Parkinson Disease as this area is under-researched. The purpose of the study is to determine if the Revised High Level Mobility Assessment Tool is reliable and valid to use with people with PD.

You may be eligible to participate in the study if you are English speaking, between the ages of 18-79, and can walk unassisted for approximately 65 feet.  If you meet this criteria and are interested in being screened for participation please RSVP to this email.  You may also call or text Lindsay at 386-453-7772 in order to discuss further inclusion criteria. This additional screening should take less than 10 minutes. If you meet the inclusion criteria, you will be set up a time for data collection.

The study is completely voluntary and would take approximately 2 hours of your time. Procedures include performing standard walking and balance measures assessing basic and advanced levels of mobility and answer questionnaires about your health and well-being. All procedures will take place at STARS Rehabilitation at 105 Mariner Health Way in St. Augustine, Florida, 32086. 

The procedures of this research study were reviewed and approved by the institutional review board of Texas Woman's University.

Lindsay appreciates your time and willingness to consider volunteering for this study.  If you have any questions or would like more information about the study, please reach out to her via this email address,, or her cell via phone call or text at 386-453-7772.

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