NeuroPulse TPS

A Drug-Free Intervention
for Alzheimer’s Dementia

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease brings many challenges – both for those with the disease and for their family members. Despite the best efforts of medical science, Alzheimer’s disease remains incurable.

However, particularly in recent years, progress has been made in the fight against this condition and it’s associated symptoms. There are new Alzheimer’s medications and therapies used today aimed at promoting the patient’s mental faculties and preserving these capabilities for as long as possible, thus improving their overall quality of life and ability to function independently.

Transcranial Pulse Stimulation For Alzheimer’s

NeuroPulse™ TPS® (or Transcranial Pulse Stimulation) is a new breakthrough intervention for mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. It is a non-invasive and drug-free therapy shown in studies to initially enhance and potentially mitigate the degeneration of cognitive ability in certain individuals with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. It will not interfere with any medications you are taking if so.

TPS® is completely non-invasive, and involves passing high frequency acoustic waves through the skull and into the brain to stimulate neural growth factors. The CERAD corrected total score (CTS) as the major global outcome parameter for the patients’ cognitive state improved significantly after six 30 minute treatments over two weeks and remained stable over three months. However, further large scale trials and long-term follow-up are required. Patients have seen noticeable and measurable improvements in memory, verbal function and depression.

…he has been working in his garden again.

R.G’s general condition is very good. His memory is functioning, he is cheerful and full of vitality and is actively participating in life again. [He] reports that he has been working in his garden again. He had not been able to do this for the last two years. He has also been to the recycling centre, shopped for dog food, and exchanged goods at a store.


…It’s all of these many, many little things.

It’s not just one thing that is making a difference. It’s all of these many, many little things that are allowing my husband and us to live a more wonderful and carefree life again. And in the spring we want to see if swimming works out. Maybe we can even go dancing again just like we used to love doing?

E. D

…he became calmer, the aggression subsided.

After the first three treatments, K.S.’s perception improved. He became calmer, the aggression subsided, and his mind was clearer. After the sixth treatment, according to [his wife], a new and cheerful husband traveled home with her.


…he gets up much earlier, more easily and is more motivated.

A.S was never a morning person, but these days he gets up much earlier, more easily and is more motivated. He remembers things that happened yesterday or the day before, for example. This was not the case before the therapy.


…a non-invasive, painless procedure.

For the first time in the world, TPS enables us to penetrate into all areas of the brain by means of an ultrasound pulse delivered directly to the skull in a non-invasive, painless procedure, during which the patient is fully conscious, and to specifically target particular areas of the brain and stimulate them

Roland Beisteiner, MD
happy couple after transcranial pulse stimulation treatment for alzheimer's

Advantages of Transcranial Pulse Stimulation include:

  • Painless procedure
  • Minimal side effects
  • Non-invasive
  • No medication needed
  • No need to shave the hair
  • Personalised treatments based on MRI data
  • Remain in a comfortable seated position during treatment
  • Treatment sessions over just two weeks.

How it Works

How does TPS® improve the symptoms of Alzheimer’s?

How does TPS® improve the symptoms of Alzheimer’s?


What does the treatment pathway involve?

What does the treatment pathway involve?


Read the research

Transcranial Pulse Stimulation has been shown in clinical trials to maintain and enhance cognitive abilities in .those with Alzheimer’s disease. See relevant papers and articles below.

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