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Dr. Chandra is a Harvard & Yale trained psychiatrist committed to improving outcomes in psychiatry. She specializes in integrative & functional medicine approaches.

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Neuromodulation – Types

 

Our Neuromodulation therapies include:

 


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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field

Through targeted application of a gentle electromagnetic field, PEMF therapy can promote healing at a cellular level, addressing issues such as inflammation and neurodegeneration. When applied to the brain, PEMF therapy has shown promise in alleviating depression, fibromyalgia, and Parkinson’s Disease . Our PEMF device uses an electromagnetic field weaker than that emitted by most household appliances, and results in minimal to no sensation for the patient.


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Photobiomodulation

Photobiomodulation uses energy in the form of infrared and near-infrared light to promote cellular benefits such as increasing mitochondrial function, decreasing oxidative stress, and increasing BDNF. When applied to the brain, photobiomodulation has shown early promise in addressing depression, traumatic brain injury and stroke, and a range of other conditions


Transcranial Current Stimulation

Transcranial Current Stimulation

This form of neuromodulation applies a very gentle electric current to targeted areas of the brain, which can alter patterns of brainwave connectivity and increase or decrease neuron excitability. We offer both tDCS (Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation) and tACS (Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation). Studies have shown these therapies can help with depression and eating disorders, as well as memory and learning enhancement. 

  

Neurotherapy is an emerging field, and research continues to evolve. We are committed to keeping up to date with the latest scientific literature. For more information, please see our disclaimer.

 

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