Clinical Trials

We are always on the lookout for participants for our clinical trials, in the areas of Type 2 Diabetes, Insomnia, Obesity and Anxiety. Please click on the relative links below to apply and find out more information.

Clincial Trials | Neurovalens

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a common psychiatric disorder that develops following exposure to a traumatic event and is associated with several health consequences, such as acute stress and anxiety disorders and sleep disturbances or insomnia. We are actively recruiting for a Clinical Trial that uses the Modius Spero Trial Device which is indicated to manage PTSD symptoms through the action of Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation being delivered to the head in a non-invasive way that has been shown to be both safe and effective across multiple populations.

Primary Outcomes:
Reduce stress & improve sleep

Remote US Trial,

12 Weeks

Actively Recruiting

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Clinical Papers

Modulation of sleep using electrical vestibular nerve stimulation prior to sleep onset View Clincial Paper
Electrical vestibular nerve stimulation (VeNS) View Clincial Paper
The efficacy of cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) for the relief of anxiety and depression among polysubstance abusers in chemical dependency treatment View Clincial Paper
Anti-diabetic effect of vestibular stimulation is mediated via AMP-activated T protein kinase View Clincial Paper
Electrical vestibular nerve stimulation as an adjunctive therapy in the management of type 2 diabetes View Clincial Paper
Investigation of effects of galvanic vestibular stimulationon patients With type 2 diabetes View Clincial Paper
Vestibular stimulation: A simple but effective intervention in diabetes care View Clincial Paper
Can vestibular stimulation be used to treat obesity? View Clincial Paper
Modulation of body mass composition using vestibular nerve stimulation View Clincial Paper
The influence of vestibular stimulation on metabolism and body composition View Clincial Paper
Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation as a Treatment for Anxiety in Chemically Dependent Persons View Clincial Paper