Diseases treated with TMSCognitive dysfunctions

Dementia disorders are a challenge in modern medicine. So far, there is no way to reverse the downward slope of the gradual loss of cognitive function in dementia.

At most, we can slow down the process a bit and treat the mental disorders that accompany dementia. However, medicine needs new possibilities, and one of the most promising therapeutic methods in the treatment of cognitive disorders may be various methods of neurostimulation, such as tDCS, TPS, and TMS.

We recommend reading (this meta-analysis [https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6948923/] and many other promising studies showing a positive effect of TMS therapy on patients with Alzheimer's disease.

The potential effect of improving memory is fairly well analyzed in (this article)[https://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.3001404].

What do we treat?

  • dementia, including Alzheimer's disease;
  • brain fog (brain fog, mind fog, post-covid fog);
  • improvement of cognitive functions (attention, memory, perception) in healthy people - the so-called neuroenhancement

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Efficacy of TMS in the treatment of addiction

Results of treatment in Magwise clinics

Patients undergoing TMS therapy


Percentage of patients who felt an improvement