Stimulation of the PONS via trigeminal cranial nerve.
Specially-patterned electrical stimulation developed to mirror nerve impulses to the brain
Electrical stimulation of the cranial nerves produces neural impulses directly into the brain stem and cerebellum – which is the relay station to the brain and spinal cord. These impulses travel throughout the brain and activate or reactivate neurons and structures involved in human function.
- Stroke – cortex, Cerebellar, brain stem
- Cerebral Palsy
- Movement Disorders: MSA, PSP PA, FND
- TBI, ABI