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4 years after brainstem stroke, improvements in chronic central post-stroke pain and less difficulty in swallowing immediately following PSE treatment by Dr. Tobinick, February 28, 2020.
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Immediate improvement in aphasia 8 years after stroke
From Glascow, Scotland, 1 week after treatment at the INR in Boca Raton, Florida, filmed in March 2018. Discussion with Edward Tobinick MD. Treatment was performed 8 years after stroke that caused intractable aphasia, hearing and sensory dysfunction and difficulty using the right hand (motor dysfunction) prior to treatment. A graphic illustration suggesting that chronic neuroinflammation, mediated by excess TNF in the brain, can reversibly inactivate brain circuits necessary for optimal brain function and connectivity.
Patient’s wife from South Africa discusses her husband’s improvements after treatment two years after stroke, September 2017
Balance, Hearing, & Hand Function Improvement after PSE Treatment 2 Years After Stroke at INR in Boca Raton, Florida in July 2015.
Patient experiences improvement in balance, hearing, and hand function after PSE treatment. His stroke was two years prior to treatment.
From Dunedin, New Zealand to the INR Los Angeles, June 2014
Rapid neurological recovery beginning within minutes, 1.5 years after stroke in a patient from New Zealand. The patient’s wife describes improvement in walking ability, language abilities, sensation, vision, hearing, taste, etc. Video made at the Institute of Neurological Recovery in Los Angeles on June 9, 2014. Treatment with a single dose was on June 2, 2014.
Dave and Brenda’s story is published in the Otago Daily Times: “Rising to the challenge of a stroke” by Eileen Goodwin on Sunday, July 6, 2014
“A Dunedin man thought to be the first New Zealander to undergo innovative stroke treatment in the United States believes it has improved his speech and walking, while reducing fatigue and pain….”
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Exemplary Literature Reference:
- Tobinick E, Kim NM, Reyzin G, Rodriguez-Romanacce H, Depuy V. Selective TNF Inhibition for Chronic Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury: An Observational Study Involving 629 Consecutive Patients Treated with PSE. CNS Drugs. 2012;26(12):1051-70.