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How MeRT Works for Traumatic Brain Injury?


Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a casualty resulting from falls and accidents. Statistics have shown that TBI results in more hospitalization and mortality rates. Thankfully, science and medicine have discovered new TBI treatments. The complications of TBI can be reduced because of new treatments. 

Speaking of treatments, MeRT therapy is a new and evidence-based treatment that works best in several conditions, including traumatic brain injury. Allow us to share details on how MeRT or Magnetic Resonance Therapy works for TBI. 

MeRT works by using electromagnetic fields that target specific areas of the brain. When a person has a traumatic brain injury, specific brain areas can produce little neural activities, thus the impairments. With MeRT, electromagnetic fields target specific areas affected by the injury. The EMF modulates and stimulates neural activity. This treatment works best with a combination of therapy services

In addition, the MeRT therapy also promotes neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to rewire and adapt. The brain can help neurons build connections to fill missing gaps in the brain’s wiring. The wiring system of the brain can be damaged because of traumatic brain injury. With the help of neuromodulation, neuroplasticity is achievable with MeRT. Recovery and restoration of functions will be possible.

However, please consult a healthcare provider if MeRT is the right choice for your loved ones with TBI. If you want to explore more about MeRT and how it can help your loved ones with TBI, visit our therapy center in Florida

We make a recovery for TBI possible. Visit us at Wholesome Therapy Center LLC for more information about our services. We also have MNRI therapy in Boca Raton, FloridaTherapy Center in Florida, which can treat various conditions. 


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