Neurostimulation – An Effective Treatment for Depression?
By Jacob Bourne
Neurostimulation broadly refers to using technological devices to deliver electrical pulses to the brain in order to treat patients for ailments such as depression, Parkinson’s, chronic pain and movement disorders, among many others. It’s estimated that over 300 million people suffer from depression globally across many demographics, and often times these individuals don’t respond favorably to the standard interventions of medication and psychotherapy. Now, there’s a new form of neurostimulation that can help.