Techniques and therapies for the applied in the field of Neurology
Non-invasive brain neuromodulation is becoming increasingly important within the field of neurology, and more specifically, in neurorehabilitation.
Brain neuromodulation is a set of highly effective, non-invasive transcranial stimulation techniques (tDCS and TMS) backed by significant scientific evidence.
Through the application of electric currents(tDCS) or magnetic fields (TMS), these techniques focus on reinforcing the neuronal connections close to damaged areas of the brain in order to prevent other areas of the brain from interfering in the patient’s recovery.
The increasing use of non-invasive brain neuromodulation as a medical practice in neurology, in conjunction with intensive rehabilitation, can be the perfect complementary treatment for patients post-CVA and ABI (acquired brain injury). With non-invasive brain neuromodulation, it is possible to rehabilitate the patient’s movements long after they have been affected by stroke.