Noninvasive Brain stimulation (NIBS) encompasses a series of techniques that are used to induce electric currents to and within the brain for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. While NIBS has been predominantly used to study brain behavior and physiology, in recent years, researchers have explored the possibility of using NIBS as a potential treatment option for a wide variety of clinical diagnosis and also for the treatment of motor deficits due to neurological conditions such as stroke, cerebral palsy, or spinal cord injury. Indeed, an accumulating body of evidence now suggests that NIBS techniques may have a promising role as therapeutic adjuvants in the treatment of a variety of neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions.
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