A central role in Cerebral Stimulation is the “Neuroplasticity” phenomenon which is the ability of our nervous system to modify its structure in response to multiples intrinsic or extrinsic factors.

The concrete hypothesis is therefore made that there are internal or external factors that limit the ability of the nervous system to produce new cells and new connections. 

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Neurogenesis can be stimulated in different ways: in fact, in the international scientific panorama, the techniques of Cerebral Stimulation are the following: 

Electric stimulation

By electric current we mean a weak electric current (intensity between 1-2mA) used to stimulate areas of the cerebral cortex. This weak current modifies the membrane potentials of neurons by modulating their activity. It is used in acquired brain injury, substance abuse, eating disorder. It is painless and non-invasive. 


Magnetic Stimulation

Up to now, pulsating brain magnetic stimulation techniques have been used which generated a train of impulses on areas of the cerebral cortex; today there is a non-invasive and painless Transcranial Static Magnetic Stimulation (fTMS™) which acts on the areas with the aim of rebalancing the bioelectric signals of neurons. It is used to reduce neuronal fatigue and to support neurological diseases such as stroke and head trauma.

Thermal stimulation

Currently there are only tools that use hot/cold technology for the evaluation of sensory nerves. Cerebro® has patented VerƧuƧ, a device that, through heat or cooling sources, modifies the microcirculation of the cerebral cortex areas, favoring cognitive and motor rehabilitation. 


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