An exciting therapy option for Parkinson’s disease is transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), a type of noninvasive brain stimulation. In a recently… Read more »
Dr. Leigh Charvet is an associate professor of neurology and director of multiple sclerosis (MS) research at NYU School of Medicine.The focus of her research is to reduce the symptom burden in MS and other chronic neurological disorders, and to improve daily functioning.To improve treatment access for, she has developed a clinical trial protocol using remote supervision to deliver monitored tDCS paired with motor and cognitive rehabilitation to patients in their homes.
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- Home treatment of Parkinson’s disease through remotely supervised brain stimulation - 10th December 2018