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Clinicaltrials.gov identifier NCT03933020
Recruitment Status Terminated (Lack of patient interest in participating (for adult patients), and lack of parental consent to participate (for pediatric patients))
First Posted May 1, 2019
Last update posted April 22, 2021
The purpose of this study is to to determine how implementing a home-based virtual reality video (VR) game exercise program in young people with Multiple Sclerosis(MS) can improve disability outcomes by measuring its impact on cognitive assessments (BICAMS), subjective measures of cognitive, physical and psychosocial disability, and motor assessments (6MWT).
|Experimental: Exercise Group
Device: VR active video game intervention
The Microsoft VR active game program will consist of 3 weekly sessions of 45 minutes each combining 3 different types of exercise
Behavioral: Educational session
This consists of two education discussion sessions on the benefits of exercise for people with MS. The investigator MS specialists will conduct these sessions either by phone or at the time of a clinic visit and will also discuss difficulties encountered by participants with adherence.
|Active Comparator: Control Group
Behavioral: Standard Management of Physical Activity
Routine discussion of lifestyle factors including physical activity during clinic visits
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- Confirmed diagnosis of Pediatric-Onset MS ( 5.0
United States, Texas
The University of Texas Health Science Center,Houston
The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston
Principal Investigator: Stephanie Garcia-Tarodo, MD The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston