TMS activates improvement and recovery for patients suffering from Parkinson's disease

TMS is the leading center of transcraneal magnetic stimulation for patients with Parkinson’s disease.  TMS can speed recovery and trigger improved function for people that have lost their functional independence, so they can complete daily activities.  Our TMS treatment is safe, non-invasive, and does not require hospitalization.

How is the treatment of TMS? What son Advantages of TMS?

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, TMS, has proven to be an effective trigger for patients suffering of Parkinson’s disease and for patients that suffered a prior AVC, and others that suffer from persistent migraine, fybromialgia, tinnitus, cronic and neuropathic pain.

TMS complements patient and doctor efforts to activate and accelerate improvement with a safe and efficient treatment.

TMS is FDA approved in the United States for treatment of depression and has proven effective around the world for Parkinson and other neurological treatments.

TMS Recovery for patients suffering from Parkinson’s Disease.

Patients suffering from Parkinson’s Disease that have received TMS treatment at our clinics, together with neurological rehabilitation following our medical protocol, have shown significant change and improvement.  By their own account as well as our own measurement, post-TMS patients are able to speak more clearly, walk more easily, have fewer periods of frozen movement, and they’ve mentioned feeling less rigid and better balance for their daily routines.  For many of these patients, continuous reinforcement of TMS is necessary to maintain the positive change.

Recent studies have reinforced TMS as a viable and positive treatment option for patients suffering from Parkinson’s Disease, to improve their speech function and motor function.  (Khedr et al., 2006, Dias et al., 2006).

TMS treatment is applied directly to the motor cortex, associated with muscular strength and movement, without need for complex surgery or any kind of invasive treatment.