Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) – repetitive TMS (rTMS)
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is a non-invasive technique used in the diagnosis of the central and peripheral nervous system, in the therapy of several pathological conditions (treatment-resistant chronic depression, motor rehabilitation, neuropathic pain), addictions, and research studies.
Several working conditions are available by varying the number and the type of coils (up to 2), and the stimulation frequency (up to 100 Hz*). It includes a 2 channels MEP module but it can also be coupled with an external EMG system and the NetBrain Neuronavigator.
* The maximum stimulation frequency varies with the chosen configuration of STM 9000 (basic, standard, fast, ultrafast)