– a type of transcranial electrical stimulation (TES), which is a non-invasive and non-drug treatment method and is carried out by a weak current of special characteristics through electrodes placed on the scalp.
– therapeutic effect that selectively activates the protective mechanisms of the brain and causes increased release of endorphins and serotonin. It is by increasing the concentration of these substances in the brain and in the blood that all the therapeutic effects of TES therapy are provided.
TES therapy – this is a practical implementation of the registered scientific discovery of the selectivity of transcranial electrical action on the protective mechanisms of the brain, made at the I.P.Pavlov Institute of Physiology of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the TPP Center.
– one of the few, if not the only physiotherapeutic method, the development of which is carried out with scrupulous use of the principles of evidence-based medicine. This radically distinguishes TES therapy from other previously proposed types of transcranial electrical stimulation (electro-narcosis, electroson, electroanalgesia).
– the result of a meaningful formulation of the problem and systematic experimental substantiation of the optimal mode of electrical action based on the use of the most modern research methods (nuclear magnetic resonance, immunocytochemistry, radioimmunochemistry, autoradiography, etc.) in accordance with the principles of good laboratory practice.