Advantages of TES therapy

TES therapy is a type of transcranial electrotherapy stimulation (TES) which uses noninvasive and drug-free method of treatment that applies small electric currents to electrodes placed on a patient's head.

TES therapy selectively activates the defense mechanisms of the brain thus increasing the ability of neural cells to produce endorphins and serotonin. The increased level of these neurotransmitters in blood and brain provides multiple beneficial effects of the TES therapy.

TES therapy is a registered scientific discovery of transcranial electrical stimulation of the brain defense mechanisms made at the TES center of I.P.Pavlov Physiology Institute of RAS and put into practice.

TES therapy is one of the few if not the only physiotherapeutic method developed along with meticulous practice of evidence-based medicine. That’s what makes a fundamental difference between TES therapy and other types of transcranial electrotherapy stimulation introduced before (electric anesthesia, electrosleep, electroanalgesia).

TES therapy is a result of reasonable task assignment and systematic experimental justification of the optimal mode of electrical stimulation. The experimental justification is based on the latest research methods (nuclear magnetic resonance, immunocytochemistry, autoradiography, etc.) used in accordance with Good Laboratory Practice principles. TES therapy’s main areas of clinical use are primarily determined in studies on experimental pathology models.

TES therapy has a wide range of therapeutic effects (see indications). Their clinical efficiency in different types of diseases was evaluated in accordance with the principles of Good Clinical Practice and Good Statistical Practice (randomized trials, double-blind trials).

TES therapy is practically free of side effects, with only very few contraindications.

TES therapy is an economically viable method due to its high therapeutic effectiveness which helps to considerably cut down on medication costs, reduce the need for hospitalization and duration of inpatient treatment.

TES therapy is realized in a number of TRANSAIR devices that differ in capabilities and service functions, and can be used at inpatient hospitals, outpatient clinic rooms, in the field conditions and at home.


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