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Alzheimer Science: Current info, news and facts from neurology
Hardly any other medical field is currently developing as progressively and successfully as neurology. In recent years, research and science have made great progress in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as Alzheimer’s dementia, other forms of dementia, Parkinson’s disease and depression. The scientific understanding of network disorders in the brain as well as the development of neurophysiological diseases has expanded significantly and enables new approaches in diagnostics, prevention and therapy.
In particular, the new possibilities of so-called brain stimulation, which aim to promote neurogenesis, neuroplasticity as well as regeneration processes in the human brain, are currently being intensively researched and could play an increasingly important role in neurology as well as psychiatry in the future.
In addition to pharmacological developments, medical technology in particular is now providing a large part of these innovative treatment methods and is working to usher in a new era in medicine with physical-therapeutic measures. Millions of sufferers around the globe already have access to new therapeutic options, some of which are already available, but especially in the near future. These new approaches have the potential to make an important contribution to curbing the symptoms, improving the quality of life and, at some point, perhaps even curing neurodegenerative diseases.
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Alzheimer Science has set itself the task of summarising the latest information, news and facts from the world of research in neurology and psychiatry and reporting on them regularly.
We pay particular attention to the neurological shock wave therapy “Transcranial Pulse Stimulation”, or TPS for short, which has already attracted a great deal of attention in recent years. Alongside other procedures such as deep magnetic stimulation, it is being intensively discussed in its various variants among experts.
An important aspect is the fact that TPS is a non-invasive treatment option that can be performed on an outpatient basis – this is a great advantage for patients and also for their relatives.
Leading international scientists who research and work with transcranial pulse stimulation see TPS as one of the greatest potentials of our time. This applies first and foremost to the symptomatic therapy of Alzheimer’s dementia. But due to the way it works and its effect on neurons and brain networks, which is currently being researched further, TPS appears to be a highly probable means of being able to support the entire spectrum of neurophysiological diseases, either additively or singularly. This innovative shock wave therapy, which can also represent an important module in combination with other treatment methods, is already being used in practice and is the subject of numerous international research studies.
The representatives of the Alzheimer Science Advisory Board are all renowned neurologists and/or psychiatrists of international standing who conduct research on transcranial pulse stimulation.
With Alzheimer Science, they offer all interested readers the opportunity to follow their scientific work on research into Alzheimer’s dementia and other neurodegenerative diseases directly, transparently and always up-to-date.