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Study for Non-drug Alternative to Reduce IBS Related Pain (UCLA / Los Angeles)


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UCLA Health - Looking for non-drug alternative to reduce your IBS related pain?

IB-Stim is a non-invasive device that works by sending subtle electrical impulses into cranial nerve branches in the ear. This stimulation then targets the brain regions involved in processing pain. The IB-Stim has already been FDA approved for treating functional abdominal pain associated with IBS in children but not FDA approved in adults:

  • Eligibility for this study:
  • Be diagnosed with IBS
  • Be between ages 18-60 years old
  • Not pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Have no significant neurological or psychological medical history

4 visits over 1 month plus follow up online questionnaires

Earn up to $175 for completing all visits

If interested please call (310) 206-1656 or eileenliu@mednet.ucla.edu

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