Proved effectiveness for rehabilitation in movement disorders
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a valuable diagnostic and therapeutic technique recommended for wide application in neurorehabilitation of patients with different disorders.
TMS can be used for recovery of motor function after spinal (injury, myelitis) or hemispherical (stroke, injury, etc.) condition.
Application: stroke, spasticity, pain, migraine, Parkinson disease, tinnitus, dystonia, essential tremor, Tourette syndrome, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Alzheimer disease.
Non-invasive and painless procedure
If compared to electrical stimulation, transcranial magnetic stimulation does not cause painful sensations that usually occur due to activation of skin receptors under the electrode and does not require additional preparation time. At that, session lasts from just 40 seconds to 30 minutes depending on the selected protocol.
Reliable solution for everyday intensive work
Neuro-MS/D magnetic stimulators ensure deep focused stimulation of the brain providing long-term therapeutic effect.
Neuro-MS/D is not only ultimate effectiveness but a carefully thought-out performance. Neurosoft magnetic stimulators are popular choice of healthcare professionals across the world — those who value reliability, safety and time.
Pre-defined treatment protocols
Purchasing Neuro-MS/D magnetic stimulator, you get the advanced software with the set of pre-defined protocols for treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders according to the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN) recommendations. Enhanced software functionality allows you to save considerable time when performing TMS.
Breakthrough cooling system
Several thousands of pulses are usually delivered within one treatment session. The delivery of a large number of pulses may lead to coil overheating, that is why it’s important to ensure timely and effective coil cooling.
Thanks to the breakthrough cooling system, you can perform stimulation using any treatment protocol not wasting time for coil cooling between the sessions.
** Lefaucheur J. P. et al. Evidence-based guidelines on the therapeutic use of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS): An update (2014–2018) // Clinical Neurophysiology. — 2020.