Transcranial Pulse Stimulation
Shockwave Therapy TPS: A Neuromodulation Procedure
Transcranial Pulse Stimulation, or TPS for short, is a shock wave therapy procedure. The therapeutic approach of Transcranial Pulse Stimulation is to use ultra-short, low-energy sound waves to support the functions of neurons and synapses or to activate and regenerate them. The aim of this non-invasive method is to curb or possibly even stop the progression of Alzheimer’s disease through targeted stimulation of the brain. In addition, TPS is intended to improve the patient’s quality of life in various areas. Like various other brain stimulation methods, TPS is already used in daily practice under certain conditions. Its research is currently leading to more and more new findings. Accordingly, clinical research is working intensively to investigate the effect of TPS on other neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, stroke, depression and fatigue syndrome.