Yet another use of magnetic therapy has come forth. This time it is about treating patients being affected from stroke and diseases like Parkinson's disease. A research has been carried out by Australian researchers, who said that they have devised a new method in which magnetic pulse is being used to revive the dead nerves of the brain.
The research was being led by Professor Bruce Murdoch from the University of Queensland, who said that stroke switch off some parts of the brain, but they have got to know about a way, which can bring improvements in the affected parts.
Murdoch said that they have been carrying out study on this subject for last four years. He further affirmed that participants, who took part in the research, have shown great improvement in speech and tongue movements.
"It means that their intelligibility levels are sufficient in the Parkinson's patients, for instance, that they can start to communicate with their family and friends much more freely", said Murdoch.
The research findings will be presented at an international conference that is going to take place in Hobart. Murdoch said that there are thinking to carry out further research on this matter and will be taking extensive clinical trials as well.
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