Thomas Jefferson University Department of Otolaryngology is currently enrolling participants into a clinical study for Migraine Associated Vertigo also known as Vestibular Migraine.
The purpose of this study is to see if the study device reduces symptoms of vertigo associated with migraine. The device is a headband that vibrates behind the ear and has been researched with other hearing and balance disorders.
Modest compensation will be provided for participant’s time and travel. This study will require a medical history and physical exam, as well as one 1-hour visit to Jefferson Otolaryngology and four 20-minute phone calls over 8-weeks. Volunteers will need to wear the provided study head band when they are having a vertigo episode and answer a questionnaire when they wear the headband.
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