Brain Stimulation

Brain stimulation is a therapy that helps the brain rewire itself to:

Brain functions are made up by neural networks

organised in the brain

When a network is damaged or becomes weak, its function is impaired

Brain stimulation re-establishes broken neural connections or strengthen weak ones

by facilitating production of new neurons and integrating them where they are needed

When brains are damaged by stroke or injury, you may lose the ability to:

Undamaged brains can become weak by:

Weak brains performs poorly, so that you struggle with

Brain stimulation is a safe and non-invasive approach to

influence brain activity

It works by applying weak electrical currents to the head

which forms an electrical circuit.

It does not hurt, but some say it tingles

Brain stimulation can be used alone,

 

 

or in combination with tasks designed

 

 

to improve a specific function