K. C. Chelette

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BACKGROUND: Most methods of sham, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) fail to replicate the look, sound, and feel of active stimulation in the absence of a significant magnetic field. OBJECTIVE/HYPOTHESIS: To develop and validate a new method of sham rTMS appropriate for a double-blind, placebo-controlled study with subject crossover.(More)
Stroke is one of the most devastating and prevalent diseases. However, efforts to limit tissue damage in acute stroke have met with only minimal success. Therefore, it is of paramount importance to establish effective therapies for use during long-term stages of recovery. Such therapy can capitalize on neuroplastic change (brain reorganization), which has(More)
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