Background: To date, no therapies are available for the logopenic variant of primary progressive aphasia (LPPA). Even though deep repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) may improve cogni...Read More
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Journal: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 95:1141-7 (2014)
Authors: R Chieffo, S De Prezzo, E Houdayer, A Nuara, G Di Maggio, E Coppi, L Ferrari, L Straffi, F Spangnolo, S Velikova, M Sessa, M Comola, A Zangen, G Comi, L Leocani
Chieffo, R., De Prezzo, S., Houdayer, E., Nuara, A., Di Maggio, G., Coppi, E., & Leocani, L. (2014). Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation.
This study examined the effect of Brainsway® Deep TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) on patients that suffer from stroke-induced impairment of the lower limb motor function. There were two treatment periods, each comprising 11 sessions over 3 weeks, and separated by a 4-week period. The study showed that Deep TMS could generate long-term improvements in the functioning of the lower limb. In this study it was demonstrated that Brainsway Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation results in significant and long lasting alleviation of symptoms.