TPS Pulse Stimulation – Introduction

With TPS therapy, the way out of forgetting in dementia diseases has been found

The way out of forgetting in dementia diseases - Neuroinstitut MünchenTranscranial Pulse Stimulation (TPS) – using shock waves to combat Alzheimer’s dementia

Transcranial Pulse Stimulation (TPS®) can according to studies slow down dementia-related brain deterioration and is the world’s first approved physical therapy for the treatment of the central nervous system in Alzheimer’s dementia.

As a non-invasive form of therapy that is almost free of side effects and pleasant for the patient, it fulfils for the first time the desire for an efficient and effective therapy that is carried out on an outpatient basis and is not associated with an inpatient stay in hospital.

According to studies is the TPS® the first therapy option for alleviating the symptoms of the disease and already enables many patients to participate more actively and self-determinedly in life again – this seemed to be impossible until now and therefore the TPS® represents a milestone in medical research and development.