Neuromodulation has vast implications for the treatment of various disease states. One such area of study is stroke rehabilitation. Data from well-designed studies appear promising and hopes to provide insight into appropriate target selection and indications. Here we will discuss innovative targeting and effectiveness of various neuromodulation techniques on neurological recovery after stroke.
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:
- Discuss current indications for neuromodulation for stroke.
- Identify the pathophysiology behind various types of neuromodulation techniques and their role in neurological recovery
Cerebellar Stimulation for Stroke Rehabilitation
Andre G. Machado, MD PhD
Cervical Spinal Cord in Post-Stroke Hemiparesis
Marco Capogrosso, PhD
Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Motor Recovery After Stroke
Jesse Dawson, MD
Deep Brain Stimulation for Post-Stroke Motor Symptoms
Elvira Pirondini, PhD
Faculty subject to change.