Clinical Study

Non-Invasive Spinal Stimulation For The Treatment Of Major Depression

Posted Date: Jun 12, 2019

  • Investigator: Francisco Romo-Nava
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  • Type of Study: Device

The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether the use of a small electrical current applied through the skin is useful and safe in the treatment of adults diagnosed with depression. Participation will last approximately 8 weeks and involve visits to the research center three times per week. Eligible participants will be compensated up to $250 for their time and travel. For more information, contact Brian or George at 513-536-0707 or visit and fill out a pre-screen questionnaire. Located at the Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason, Ohio.


Adults Ages 18–55 Who Are Currently Moderately Depressed For At Least 1 Month. Not Currently On Medication Treatment For Depression.


Depression, Non-Medication, Non-Invasive

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