Transcranial direct current stimulation attracts a funding boost as it heads into a phase 1/2 trial to validate promising pilot study findings.
The first-in-human study of deep brain stimulation (DBS) for stroke recovery also features the first combined use of transcranial magnetic stimulation with cerebellar DBS in humans. Here’s why that matters.
Cleveland Clinic researchers are trying to speed recovery from spinal cord injury using noninvasive brain stimulation.
Although noninvasive brain stimulation is promising for neurological deficits, its assumption of generic brain plasticity is flawed. Advanced mapping of the brain may reveal insights that help determine plasticity variances.
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Combining transcranial direct current stimulation with rehabilitation exercises in paralyzed extremities in patients with incomplete spinal cord injuries may help restore cortical representations of paralyzed muscle regions.