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Feasibility trial shows brain stimulation safe, well-tolerated in anorexia nervosa

Healio Psychiatric Annals / 21 Jul 18
Treatment with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation was feasible and acceptable to adults with severe and enduring anorexia nervosa, ... Read More

Brain stimulation helps restore walking

McKnight's Long-Term Care News / 10 Jul 18
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation could help stroke survivors regain the ability to walk independently, according to a meta-analysis of ... Read More

Magnet treatment could improve social skills of people with autism

The Sydney Morning Herald / 09 Jul 18
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) uses magnetic fields that stimulate parts of the brain via a coil placed on the scalp. Scientists are seeking ... Read More

Stanford Looking At TMS to Treat CRPS

National Pain Report / 26 Jun 18
By Ed Coghlan. Stanford University's Systems Neuroscience and Pain Laboratory is conducting a study to test if Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation ... Read More

Scientists Discover How Brain Signals Travel to Drive Language Performance

Drexel Now / 21 Jun 18
... with different neural networks depending on various language tasks, the research team used a technique called transcranial magnetic stimulation, ... Read More

2017 Annual Meeting Abstracts published in Brain Stimulation Journal!

Clinical TMS Society / 14 Jun 18
Fresno, CA. June 14, 2018 – 19 abstract posters from the 2017 Clinical TMS Society Annual Meeting in San Diego, California were published in the latest issue of the Brain Stimulation Journal (May-June 2018, Volume 11, Issue 3). Some of the abstract poster research includes, “Alternative antidepressant deep... Read More