Studies show that transcranial pulse stimulation may temporarily maintain the cognitive abilities of patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease, as well as slow decline over time. Data shows that the improvements last for at least 3 months after a course of TPS®. TPS® on average improved cognition by 10 points on the CERAD scale.
Patients and close relatives also reported noticeable improvements in memory and verbal communication, which subsequently and indirectly led to an increase in social interaction. Some patients even reported an improved sense of direction that enabled them to do their daily tasks independently and safely find their way home afterwards.