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Clinical Trial

Remote Therapeutic Monitoring for Exercise and Self-Efficacy Tracking

IRB Protocol Number 00219979


Hannah Redd, PT, DPT, NCS


This study aims to understand if remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM) is useful in tracking long term physical activity participation and improving self-efficacy and readiness for exercise. Participants will use their own wearable activity tracker.

Participation in this study will include:

  • Baseline and 1-year survey assessment
  • Online surveys each month
  • Linking your wearable physical activity tracker to a remote therapeutic monitoring platform.
  • Communicating with a research physical therapist in-person, via video-conference, phone or email.

For additional information, please contact: Hannah Redd, PT, DPT, NCS can be reached at 312.238.1688 or

Who Can Participate

Participants must meet the following criteria:

  • Age 18-89
  • Be diagnosed with: Parkinson's Disease, Parkinsonism or Multiple Sclerosis
  • Walk without a device or only single point cane/walking stick
  • Have a smartphone

Participants cannot have a diagnosis of cognitive impairment.

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