The state-of-art method of the treatment of neurological diseases in the University Clinic

The state-of-art method of the treatment of neurological diseases in the University Clinic

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is becoming more and more popular in the University Clinic. TMS is a non-invasive method for neurological and mental diseases diagnosis and treatment with proven effectiveness. Modern examination and treatment by transcranial magnetic stimulation are performed on a modern extended therapeutic magnetic stimulator of the "NEUROSOFT" Neuro-MS / D company.

The device of such power is unique in Ukraine. The expanded therapeutic equipment is available only in the diagnostic center "Health" of University clinic. It has a wide range of operation modes. Doctors can apply modern treatment protocols at the European level and reduce the time of the session thanks to this device. Such technology guarantees high quality and effective treatment.

The Neurologists of the clinic are highly qualified specialists who gain experience during participation in All-Ukrainian as well as international conferences and congresses,  particularly in Poland, Hungary, and Latvia. They are always ready to help every patient.

The TMS method is based on the use of a magnetic field to stimulate nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. During the TMS session, the electromagnetic coil is located on the scalp and the electromagnet painlessly gives a magnetic pulse that stimulates nerve cells in the brain.

Indications for such treatment are chronic pain, migraine, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, depressive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other diseases of the nervous system.

A patient can return to his usual daily activities after each treatment procedure.

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