Brain stimulation is aimed at preventing aging
(memory loss, migraines, reduced vision and hearing, decreased
speed of reasoning), to reduce levels of anxiety and stress, to reduce or eliminate the pain index, to regulate the sleep cycle and the quality (effectiveness) of sleep, to quell depression, improve skills cognitive, emotional and sensory, rehabilitation and recovery after strokes, delaying the evolution of neurodegeneratives and their motor, cognitive, sensory and emotional losses, among others.
Our brain stimulation is divided into four major methodologies:
1. Neuroplasticity training
2. Electromagnetic stimulation (transcranial magnetic stimulation - EMT)
3. Electrostimulation (EMS)
4. Cognitive stimulation (software)
The capacity for mutation and adaptation of the Nervous System is so high that it allows us to learn, regain lost skills and change in a positive or less positive sense (eg beliefs). This capacity that the Nervous System has, we call neuroplasticity.
What is NeuroPlasticity?
It is the brain's ability to change, physically, chemically, and functionally, at any age, whether for better or worse. Brain plasticity manifests itself in the form of changes in cognitive, emotional and sensory skills
This flexibility plays an incredibly important role in the development or decline of the brain, as well as in the formation of our personality.
Non - Invasive Treatment
One of the most attractive features of the treatments based on the plasticity is that they are "drug" free, rely primarily on the retraining / recycling of the brain through a repetitive and challenging activity.
In the case of neuroplasticity training, a plan is developed by a multidisciplinary team that includes physical exercise, nutrition and cognitive, emotional and sensory stimulation. The key performance indicators (KPIs) are evaluated monthly and quarterly.
Electromagnetic stimulation (transcranial magnetic stimulation - EMT) is performed in 30-minute sessions with a minimum of 10 sessions, taking into account the global anamnesis performed. This stimulation is performed with specific equipment for this purpose, which allows us to stimulate various areas of our brain, through an electromagnetic induction.
Electrostimulation is performed in 30-minute sessions with a minimum of 10 sessions, taking into account the overall anamnesis performed. This stimulation is performed with specific equipment for this purpose, which allows us to stimulate areas of the body, through electrical stimuli with the aim of rehabilitating and recovering muscle action and muscle relaxation.
Cognitive stimulation (software) is carried out in online sessions, using specialized software for this purpose, where essentially cognitive stimulation is developed. The number of sessions will be given in accordance with the global anamnesis performed on the patient.