Noninvasive tDCS may help reduce chronic pain, study says

11/20/2013 | Anesthesiology News (free registration)

Dr. Zachary Leuschner of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine reported at the annual meeting of the American Pain Society that noninvasive transcranial direct current stimulation may help treat chronic pain. The study of the use of tDCS through anodal or cathodal therapy found pain reductions of at least 30% for many patients in both groups, but the duration of relief was not consistent.

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