Welcome Transcranial Electric Stimulation to Our Plan
The electrical current stimulates neuronal activity. Studies demonstrate that transcranial electrical stimulation (tES) can modulate a wide-range of behavioral processes (Coffman et al., 2014; Harty et al., 2014; Sarkar et al; Pasqualotto, 2016).
Neurological disorders, such as chronic pain, Parkinson’s disease, motor impairment and epilepsy are responding to tES treatments in profound ways (Miniussi and Vallar, 2011; Miniussi et al., 2008; Celnik et al., 2009; Fregni and Pascual-Leone, 2007; Harris-Love and Cohen, 2006).
The TES technique is proving its value in treatment for mental health and pain. The promising results, while being safe and affordable has lead to the growing enthusiasm around the innovation. Researchers are seeing cognitive improvements last beyond the stimulation period. PointKetamine looks forward to integrating this technique to our care plans. We aspire to create opportunities for patients.