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February: Introduction to tDCS

In this webinar, we take a look into transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) as a treatment for depression, focusing on the clinical evidence available, treatment indications, as well as practical examples regarding treatment administration, patient selection, and the importance of follow-ups. Besides, we present the most recent literature on the field.

The webinar took place on the 9th of February, 2022. It was intended for medical professionals and the language was English.



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Sooma Webinar Calendar

We regularly host webinars for medical professionals throughout the year to take a look at tDCS therapies from different perspectives. Our aim is to provide a more in-depth understanding of the capabilities and opportunities that tDCS presents for clinical practice.

With the Sooma Webinar Calendar, a schedule of all the webinars that will take place in the current year is available beforehand, so you don’t miss any of them.

Sooma Webinar Calendar 2022:

  • February: Introduction to tDCS
  • April: Patient selection, ideal patient vs. special cases
  • June: Stand-alone treatment vs. treatment combination
  • August: Patient follow-ups and maintenance period
  • October: Clinic vs. home treatment, which model to choose?
  • December: Yearly literature review, what’s new in tDCS science?

Read more at the Sooma Webinar Calendar Page!


FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is tDCS and what happens in the brain?

To read more about tDCS, visit this BLOGPOST.

Are there any contraindications?

While Sooma Therapy is safe when used correctly, there are specific risk groups where caution should be used. If the patient has metal within the skull or an implanted life-supporting medical device in the body, the therapy should not be used. Further, if the skin under the electrodes is broken or diseased, the stimulation should not be applied.

Where can I read more?

We have collected relevant high-quality studies to our Knowledge Centre. If you have a specific question you'd like to read more on, please contact us and we'll help you find the correct resource. You may also subscribe to our newsletter (see footer) to get updates on the most recent science on the field.