TMS Treatment

It stands for transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy. It is the use of magnetic currents made by intensifying over the skull, passing through the skin, subcutaneously and skull without damaging the brain regions, and in this direction, it is used in the treatment of many ailments by providing activation in nerve cells. In this method applied to the head, no electric current is applied with certainty. It works with the basic principles of the MR device. The applied magnetism has two basic functions. Accelerating and slowing down brain activity. Especially in diseases such as dementia, forgetfulness, depression, migraine and stroke, since brain activity slows down in certain regions, it is necessary to revitalize cells and increase communication between them by accelerating them. In the other group, anxiety disorders (panic attacks, social phobia, OCD, etc.), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, behavioral disorder, autism spectrum disorder (pervasive developmental disorders group), bipolar disorder, substance addiction and uncontrolled anger, the brain works extremely fast, and this fast work is a result. The team causes some behavioral problems in the emergence of important ideas or thoughts or the inability to prevent them. The slowing magnetic flux that targets these fast-acting areas helps by returning the brain to its previous level of communication or cellular communication.

In the fields of use of TMS treatment, there are psychiatric and neurological diseases in relation to these target points in the fields of use. 30 in many diseases such as Alzheimer's (dementia), Parkinson's, autism, tinnitus, stroke, stroke (stroke-Svh), neuralgia, depression, panic disorder, OCD (obsessive disease), schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, migraine, social phobia, generalized anxiety disorder. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated by years of studies and its use has been approved by the FDA (American Department of Food and Drugs).