Research Study for Lower Extremity Amputees Experiencing Phantom or Residual Limb Pain

Leg Pain Holding You Back?

This study is being conducted to determine whether mild electrical stimulation can provide pain relief in people with post-amputation residual limb (stump) or phantom limb pain.

The device being researched in this study requires no surgery or hospitalization. Importantly, the results of this study will help doctors better understand this pain in the hopes of developing systems to provide future patients with relief.

The investigational device and all study related care is provided at no cost.

You may be eligible to participate in this study if:

See if you’re eligible for this study:

If you are interested in participating in this research study, please fill out the form below to see if you may be eligible. By filling out this contact form, you are in no way obligated to participate in the study.

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*Are you 18 years of age or older?

*Have you had at least one lower extremity amputation?

*Are you experiencing phantom limb and/or residual limb (stump) pain?

*Did you undergo amputation due to diabetes or a vascular condition?

*Please select a clinical research study site to forward your information to if you pre-qualify.

*First Name
*Phone Number
*Email Address
*Last Name
*Best Time to Contact You?

By selecting the submit button, you have given permission to share your responses with the study doctors and staff at a clinical research site, so that they may contact you to discuss the study further.