Neuropsychiatrist Mohammed Ahmed discusses Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Brain Injury and Alzheimers.
Can individualized Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (Network-Based Targeting) improve post-concussive symptoms?
Can TMS improve nerve connectivity resulting in improved mood, memory, initiation, and energy?
Can TMS reduce the symptoms of Alzheimers?
Can TMS mitigate the risk of developing Alzheimers?
Early results are encouraging. But further clinical research is needed to confirm efficacy.
Dr. Ahmed talks about network-based targeting also known as individualized transcranial magnetic stimulation for symptoms like
depression, anxiety, apathy, and brain fog after traumatic brain injury.
He explains how the hippocampus (center of short-term memory) can be activated by stimulating the frontal lobes.
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