A comment on postural stability improvement in older adults with high fall risk after anodal tDCS on primary motor cortex versus cerebellar stimulation

A comment on postural stability improvement in older adults with high fall risk after anodal tDCS on primary motor cortex versus cerebellar stimulation
The paper by Yosephi et al. titled Multiple-session anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) enhances the effects of postural training on balance and postural stability in older adults with high fall risk: primary motor cortex versus cerebellar stimulation generates much interest [1]. Their findings revealed positive treatment effects of both anodal tDCS protocols coupled with postural training on postural stability as compared to sham conditions. Further, the improvements in postural control were greater in the bilateral cerebellar anodal tDCS protocol than the unilateral anodal tDCS on the M1 of dominant hemisphere protocol. ... read more
Brain Stimulation Journal FeedBy Nyeonju Kang, James H. Cauraugh
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