Improve your quality of life after a stroke with transcranial magnetic stimulation.
What is a Stroke?
A Cerebral Stroke, also known as a stroke (formerly known as Cerebrovascular Accident or CVA), occurs when blood flow in the arteries supplying the brain is blocked, or when bleeding occurs in the brain itself or in the membranes surrounding it. A Cerebral Stroke is a disruption of blood supply to any part of the brain. It is a severe neurological condition that often results in physical and mental disability and can even be fatal.
The symptoms of a Cerebral Stroke (stroke) depend on the affected area of the brain. In other words, the consequences of a stroke are directly related to the specific region of the brain affected, and in some cases, individuals may not even be aware that they have had one.
Typically, the sudden onset of one or more of the following symptoms is indicative of a Cerebral Stroke or “stroke”:
TMS to Reduce Motor Sequelae of a Cerebral Stroke
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) has proven to be a valuable aid for individuals who have suffered from a cerebral stroke and for patients experiencing conditions such as migraine, fibromyalgia, tinnitus, chronic and neuropathic pain, among others.
TMS is FDA-approved and internationally endorsed through research and application by top-tier academic institutions, hospitals, and leading treatment centers.