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Sooma Pain Therapy

Sooma Depression Therapy is a user-friendly neuromodulation system for the treatment of non-resistant depression. This treatment is prescribed by a physician. The therapy consists of 15-20 daily sessions over 3-4 weeks followed, if necessary, by a weekly session over up to 6 months. The sessions are usually done in the physician’s office. Some physicians allow the patients to treat themselves at home after having received an instruction.

The device is not sold directly to the patients. Nevertheless, your physician can contact us. With his agreement, and after that you received an instruction in his office, the system can be rented to the patients.

 

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Sooma tDCS – Preperation

 

 

References
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