Do you suffer from swollen feet/ankles/legs?
August 11, 2014Tweet
The Clinical Science and Engineering Research Center is looking for volunteers to participate in a study on fluid pooling in the legs. Fluid pooling can lead to fatigue, trouble sleeping, cold hands or feet, dizziness, aching joints, brain "fog," varicose veins and/or low blood pressure. We are testing a non-invasive technology being developed at Binghamton University designed to reverse fluid pooling in the legs. The study requires a time commitment of about 2.5 hours. We will assess and stimulate your leg muscles while you sit in a chair. Appointments are available for weekdays, nights and weekends. Contact Chloe Weng via e-mail or at 607-768-5256 for more information. This study is approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) at Binghamton University.