Parkinson disease

Regain control of your life with transcranial magnetic stimulation

What is Parkinson's Disease?

Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative brain condition associated with motor symptoms (slowness of movement, tremors, stiffness, and balance issues) and other complications, such as cognitive decline, mental disorders, sleep disturbances, pain, and sensory disturbances.

Motor Symptoms

Non-Motor Symptoms

TMS for Parkinson's Patients

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) has proven to be a significant aid for individuals with Parkinson’s disease, as it complements the efforts of the patient and their medical team to activate and accelerate their improvement in a safe and effective manner.

Patients with Parkinson’s disease who have undergone TMS treatment in conjunction with neurological rehabilitation have reported significant changes. They are able to speak more clearly, walk more easily, experience fewer freezing episodes, reduced stiffness, and improved balance during their daily activities.

For many of these patients, ongoing treatment is necessary to maintain the positive changes from TMS.

Recent studies have supported the use of TMS as a viable treatment option to improve speech and motor function for patients with Parkinson’s Disease (Khedr et al., 2006, Dias et al., 2006).

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