Testimonials - Reports and Interviews about TPS-Therapy with our patients and their relatives.

Testimonials from the Practices of Prof. Musa Citak, M.D.

Below you will find some reports and interviews with our patients and their relatives. They reflect the range of possible treatment effects of transcranial pulse stimulation in an exemplary way. The individual life circumstances, such as previous illnesses or extraordinary events of fate in an affected person, and of course the stage of the disease, must always be taken into account. Accordingly, the successes of regeneration are also quite different – they range from the purely medical first goal of Transcranial Pulse Stimulation, to stop the course of the disease, to a clear and lasting increase in the overall quality of life and / or a significant improvement in brain functions including a real liberation of the affected person from the paralyzing symptoms of the disease.

Please note here that no two people are alike and no explicit conclusions can be drawn from one affected person to another. But the following cases represent a good cross-section of experiences with Transcranial Pulse Stimulation from our daily practice.

Patientenbericht 1 - Manfred Sköries - TPS-Therapie - Prof. Dr. med. Musa Citak

Testimonial 1

Alzheimer’s dementia, Body Lewy dementia, Parkinson’s disease


Testimonial 2

Moderate to advanced Alzheimer’s dementia

Patientenbericht 3 - Alzheimer-Demenz - TPS-Therapie - Prof. Dr. med. Musa Citak

Testimonial 3

Moderate Alzheimer’s dementia with disorientation

Patientenbericht 4 - Alzheimer-Demenz - TPS-Therapie - Prof. Dr. med. Musa Citak

Testimonial 4

Alzheimer’s dementia, mixed form


Testimonial 5

Moderate Alzheimer’s dementia


Testimonial 6

Parkinson’s disease – “off-label therapy”

Patientenbericht 7 - Alzheimer-Demenz - TPS-Therapie - Prof. Dr. med. Musa Citak

Testimonial 7

Moderate Alzheimer’s dementia


Testimonial 8

Alzheimer’s dementia

Patientenbericht 9 - Alzheimer-Demenz-Therapie - Prof. Dr. med. Citak

Testimonial 9 with Video clip

Moderate Alzheimer’s dementia