The brain and use of neurostimulatory therapies in chronic pain Free

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In this talk, Dr Rafael Euba talks about the benefits of the non invasive technologies rTMS and tDCS including their low side-effect rate, and discusses their role in treating chronic pain.  

This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the event 'Chronic pain and centralised pain mechanisms: old and new therapies' on the 4th October 2017.

Length: 00:25:36

00:00:30 - Motor Cortical Excitability in Chronic Pain
00:07:32 - Frequency
00:13:15 - rTMS in Neuropathic pain
00:24:50 - Conclusions
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