UNIVERSITY STUDY ON PAIN WHEN WALKING Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine is starting a new study asking “Do you get pain in your legs when you walk?” They said it could be do to an arterial blood flow problem to your legs, also known as peripheral arterial disease (PAD), peripheral vascular disease, or intermittent claudication.” It’s called “The Propel Study.” They are looking for people to participate in the research study that may improve walking ability or reduce pain with walking. Free exercise sessions are to be given with an exercise physiologist three times a week or weekly health education sessions. They also going to give a medication that may improve walking ability or a placebo. Up to $85 will be offered as compensation for completing the study. I’m not going to participate, but am going to write them and tell them about TMS and TMSWiki.org. I doubt they will be interested because it is a Mindbody philosophy, but want them to know there is an alternative to healing from pain when walking. I think more of us who believe in Dr. Sarno should contact people conducting such studies, so we spread that word about TMS.