Intermittent Theta Burst Stimulation for Major Depressive Disorder Treatment
Intermittent theta burst stimulation (iTBS) has shown non-inferiority compared with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in treating major depressive disorders, according to a study recently published in The Lancet.
Non-Invasive Depression Treatment Saves Jacksonville Mom’s Life
Major depression is one of the most common medical disorders in the United States. Many people go untreated or have trouble finding medications that work. But there's a newer treatment that's literally tapping into a patient's brain to ease the depression without serious side effects.
Alternative depression treatment seeing success
TMS uses magnetic pulses to target an area of the brain that's less active in people with depression
Hampton VA part of a pilot program treating medicine-resistant depression
Charlene Campbell slipped a blue cap over her ponytail, velcroed a chinstrap into place and popped in her mouthguard.
Tinitus: Are concerts and headphones taking their toll
You know that ringing in your ear you get after a particularly loud rock concert? All those screaming guitar solos, high-pitched synths and amp feedback buzzing around in your head hours after the concert is over. And that’s just for the band. It’s even louder for the audience, who get the full brunt of the PA system (well, they’d better get the full brunt or you’re not doing your rock star job).
Probing Corticospinal Recruitment Patterns and Functional Synergies with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Objective: The aim of this study was to probe functional synergies of forearm muscles with transcranial magnetic stimulation by harnessing the convergence and divergence of the corticospinal output.
Innovations in neuroimaging lead to important medical applications to aid clinicians
The current special issue of Technology and Innovation, Journal of the National Academy of Inventors - is devoted to the evolution of neuroimaging technology, with seven articles chronicling the latest advances in this critical area.
New clinical trial investigates non-invasive treatment for depression and bipolar disorder at Black Dog Institute
TDCS is a very mild form of brain stimulation. The stimulation is painless and is given when a person is fully awake and alert with the stimulation session lasting 30 minutes.
Magnetic Brain Stimulation Helps Depression
If you or a loved one suffers from depression and you’re having success with anti-depressants or psychotherapy, you might try something called deep Trans-cranial Magnetic Stimulation or TMS...
People Fighting Depression Discover Little-Known Treatment
The treatment, repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), could help many of the patients who remain trapped by major depression even after trying a whole menu of antidepress