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[VIDEO] 4 steps to changing your brain for good [Jeffrey Schwartz] – YouTube

  • 1. Relabel
  • 2. Reframe
  • 3. Refocus
  • 4. Revalue

Research Psychiatrist Jeffrey Schwartz (UCLA) explains his 4-step mindfulness method, outlined in his book, You Are Not Your Brain.

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[VIDEO] The impact of emotional challenges on the family – BrainLine

A person with brain injury may have emotional challenges. Dr. Samantha Backhaus talks about the impact that can have on other family members.

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[VIDEO] The Road to Recovery Following Brain Injury – YouTube

An overview of what happens when an individual suffers from a brain injury and what their journey from the moment they are taken into the hospital through to rehabilitation and recovery looks like.

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[VIDEO] rTMS | Repeated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation – YouTube

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[VIDEO] 2019 Research about Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS | NYC Psychiatrist – YouTube

Psychiatrist Robert D. McMullen – NYC – Depression Specialist – TMS BrainCare

In this video, we introduce Robert D. McMullen, MD who is a psychiatrist in NYC who has been performing psychopharmacology for over 30 years, the last 10 of which includes transcranial magnetic stimulation(TMS). Today, he will discuss some recent developments in research regarding TMS.

There were recently two conferences held in Vancouver, Canada regarding TMS research. The first was a 2 day conference held by the Clinical Society of TMS, which is the U.S organization for TMS research that has been around for 10 years. The second was the three day International Brain Stimulation held every 2 years. During these conferences, new research on TMS was presented.

Usually TMS treatments have been left excitatory on the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. It was then observed that if you performed inhibitory treatment on the right side it worked as well. Afterwards, many started doing bilateral treatments. Recent studies suggest that all those forms of treatment work equally as well, although for some, bilateral treatment might work better.

Another breakthrough in TMS treatment in the last few years is theta burst stimulation. It shortens the length of treatment on both sides of the brain(40 seconds on the right and 3 minutes and 8 seconds on the left side).

Recent findings suggest that doing 2 TMS treatments per day increases the odds of patients responding to TMS treatments. One recent study shows that people who receive 2 treatments per day for 15 days did just as well as people who did 1 treatment per day for 30 days. Using theta bursts significantly lowers the length of the treatment allowing multiple treatments to be performed in one day. Ideally, each treatment should be performed 15 minutes apart for optimal effect.

These were just a few of the findings presented at the conferences. Although TMS research is still ongoing, the future is looking bright for this method of treatment.

To learn more:

Psychiatrist Robert D. McMullen – NYC – Depression Specialist – TMS BrainCare

Location 1: 171 W 79th St #2, New York, NY 10024

Location 2: 344 Main St, Mt Kisco, NY 10549 Phone: 212 362-9635

TMS BrainCare

Address: #2, 171 W 79th St, New York, NY 10024

Phone: (212) 362-9635

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[VIDEO] Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) and Hand Therapy – YouTube

Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), combined with hand therapy, is currently a research-based treatment. It is intended to help people with stroke achieve greater recovery of hand function. The hand weakness following a stroke stems from brain neurons destroyed by the stroke, as well as from surviving neurons. The surviving neurons become dormant (not active) through inactivity and suppression from the non-stroke hemisphere. In some patients, rTMS can help dormant neurons reactivate and thereby improve voluntary hand function.

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[VIDEO] A Virtual Reality Therapy Solution – Neuro Rehab VR – YouTube

Our product XR Therapy System consisting of a library of various different physical therapy exercises designed for each patients specific needs and ability in therapy, with a data analytics portal to quantify patient improvements is now currently available for in-clinic use. Reach out to us at to receive more information.

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[VIDEO] Virtual Reality in Physical Therapy by Neuro Rehab VR – Clip from the show Information Matrix TV – YouTube

Information Matrix TV Reviews Virtual Reality in Physical Therapy at Neuro Rehab VR with Host Laurence Fishburne

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[VIDEO] Simple Test for Vision After Stroke (Visual Field Test) – YouTube

Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck demonstrate an easy to perform visual test for someone who has had a stroke or cerebral vascular accident.

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[VIDEO] Best Stroke Recovery Hand Exercises – Stage 1 – YouTube

Dr. Scott Thompson shares the best stroke recovery hand exercises. Use these hand exercises and hand therapy tools to advance your stroke recovery.

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