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Brain Stimulation

Brain stimulation aims to prevent premature aging, such as memory loss, migraines,

reduced vision and hearing, decreased cognitive speed, as well as reducing anxiety

and stress levels, eliminating or reducing pain, regulating the sleep cycle, combating depressive states, improving cognitive, emotional, and sensory skills, rehabilitating and recovering after a stroke, slowing down the progression of neurodegenerative diseases and their motor, cognitive, sensory, and emotional losses, among other benefits.

Our approach to brain stimulation is divided into four main methodologies:

  1. Neuroplasticity training: development of a plan by a multidisciplinary team that includes physical exercises, nutrition, and cognitive, emotional, and sensory stimulation. We regularly evaluate key performance indicators (KPIs).

  2. Electromagnetic stimulation (transcranial magnetic stimulation - TMS): 30-minute sessions with a minimum of 10 sessions, considering the overall assessment of the patient. We use specific equipment to stimulate different areas of the brain through electromagnetic induction.

  3. Electrical stimulation (EMS): 30-minute sessions with a minimum of 10 sessions, based on the overall assessment of the patient. We use specific equipment to stimulate areas of the body through electrical impulses, aiming for muscle rehabilitation and relaxation.

  4. Cognitive stimulation (software): online sessions carried out through specialized software, mainly focusing on cognitive stimulation. The number of sessions is determined according to the overall assessment of the patient.

The ability of the Nervous System to mutate and adapt is very high, allowing us to learn, regain lost skills, and change in positive or less positive ways (e.g., beliefs). This capacity is known as neuroplasticity.

Neuroplasticity is the brain's ability to physically, chemically, and functionally change at any age, both for the better and for the worse. These changes in the brain affect cognitive, emotional, and sensory skills and play a crucial role in the brain's development or decline, as well as in the formation of our personality.

One of the most attractive aspects of plasticity-based treatments is that they are non-invasive and do not rely on medication. They are primarily based on brain reconditioning/relearning through repetitive and challenging activities.

Our brain stimulation consultations aim to improve quality of life, slow down aging, and maximize the brain's potential. Through a comprehensive and personalized approach, we help individuals optimize their cognitive, emotional, and physical performance, promoting a healthy and fulfilling life.

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