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tDCS Therapy

tDCS therapy is a non-invasive home-based brain stimulation therapy that involves the application of low-level electrical current to the scalp.

What is TES?

Transcranial electrical stimulation (TES) is a non-invasive brain stimulation technique that involves the application of electrical current to the scalp to modulate brain activity. There are two main types of TES: transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) and transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS).

TES is a relatively safe and well-tolerated technique, with few reported adverse effects. However, it is essential to note that TES should only be administered by trained professionals and under appropriate supervision.

Difference between tDCS & tACS


Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) therapy is a non-invasive brain stimulation technique that involves the targeted application of a safe and low electrical current to specific areas of the scalp, typically over the motor cortex or prefrontal cortex. This technique utilises two or more electrodes that are placed on the scalp surface to deliver the current. The tDCS current flows through the brain tissue, causing changes in the resting membrane potential of neurons, which can alter the cortical excitability and plasticity of the brain.

Research has shown that tDCS has the potential to enhance cognitive and motor functions in various ways. Specifically, tDCS has been found to improve working memory, attention, and motor learning. Furthermore, tDCS has been used to treat various neurological and psychiatric conditions, including depression, chronic pain, and addiction. The safety and efficacy of tDCS therapy make it a promising tool for enhancing brain function and treating a range of neurological and psychiatric disorders.


Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS), on the other hand, involves the application of an alternating current to the scalp at specific frequencies and amplitudes. This can lead to the entrainment of neuronal oscillations, which may influence cognitive processes such as attention, perception, and memory. tACS has also been used to modulate sleep and has shown promising results in treating epilepsy and depression.

tDCS Device

tDCS Therapy for Depression

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is a form of non-invasive brain stimulation that works by delivering a low electrical current to specific areas of the scalp using electrodes. This current penetrates the scalp and reaches the underlying brain tissue, where it modulates the activity of neurons.

tDCS Therapy is an effective technique in treating Mild to Moderate treatment-resistant depression. Studies have shown that tDCS can reduce symptoms of depression, improve mood, and enhance quality of life.

Flow Neuroscience Partnership 

The partnership between The rTMS Centre and Flow Neuroscience marks a significant milestone in the quest to offer accessible and impactful therapy solutions for individuals grappling with depression. Our shared mission is to alleviate depressive symptoms and foster mental health through the implementation of this innovative therapy approach.

We extend a warm invitation to connect with us for individuals who already possess a tDCS device (Flow Neuroscience) and are searching for a more comprehensive treatment experience. Our dedicated team is poised to offer personalised guidance and unwavering support, ensuring that you receive the most effective and holistic care available.

tDCS Treatment Package

tDCS therapy is a home-based therapy where you are equipped with your own device and monitored & managed throughout the treatment course. 

Treatment Course

20-30 sessions

+ On-going Maintenance

Initial Consultation

Treatment Plan

tDCS Device

Ongoing monitoring & 2 Follow-ups

Overall Package Cost


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