Prof. Dr. Citak interviewed by TPS developer Dr. Lohse-Busch
Two TPS experts in conversation with Alzheimer Germany
Henning Lohse-Busch, MD, of the Rheintal Clinic in Bad Krozingen, Germany, is the initiator and developer of Transcranial Pulse Stimulation. He started using shock waves in the field of neurodegenerative diseases more than 30 years ago and it is thanks to him that TPS exists today.
It was a long way – quite common in medicine, we always have to think in decades here in research – to the clinical approval of TPS. However, it was a short way to the use of TPS by Prof. Dr. med. Musa Citak, who was one of the first physicians worldwide to start working with Transcranial Pulse Stimulation. He also had a special reason for this, because his own mother was (and is, of course, causally) suffering from Alzheimer’s dementia. Prof. Citak’s mother is doing very well today thanks to TPS – as are so many other patients!
The history of TPS development and the results of Transcranial Pulse Stimulation in over 500 patients that Prof. Citak and his team have treated in the meantime, Prof. Citak and Dr. Henning Lohse-Busch now described in an interview at a symposium: