2009/04/10 – Using non-invasive brain stimulation to augment motor training-induced plasticity.

Published In: Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation
Authors: N Bolognini, A Pascual-Leone, F Fregni, , (Hover for Affiliation)
Abstract: Therapies for motor recovery after stroke or traumatic brain injury are still not satisfactory. To date the best approach seems to be the intensive physical therapy. However the results are limited and functional gains are often minimal. The goal of motor training is to minimize functional disability and optimize functional motor recovery. This is thought to be achieved by modulation of plastic changes in the brain. Therefore, adjunct interventions that can augment the r… [Read More]

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