Transcranial direct current stimulation

What is Transcranial direct current stimulation?

Transcranial direct current stimulation is a form of neurostimulation which uses constant, low current delivered directly to the brain area of interest via small electrodes. TDCS was originally developed to help patients with brain injuries such as strokes.

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What new treatments or medicine (e.g. l-cytrulline, Swiss study ended XXXXXXX 2017) are available to treat post-polio syndrome?...

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Transcranial direct current stimulation is a new possibility.

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The scars won't evolve.

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