Cerebellar TMS may improve post-stroke motor functions in post-stroke hemiparesis
Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the cerebellum led to improved post-stroke motor functions in a small phase IIa randomized, double-blind sham-controlled trial in Italy as reported in JAMA Neurology. After 3 weeks of repetitive, intermittent theta-burst magnetic stimulation to the cerebellum (CRB-iTBS) and physical therapy, hemiparetic patients following ischemic stroke improved their ability to walk and keep their balance more than patients who received sham stimulation and physical therapy.
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