A number of recent scientific studies show that static magnetic fields can have important effects on biological systems. See reference list below. 

Based on this scientific knowledge, we developed our line of MAG products.
We sell only to research centers.
We guarantee to process your order in max 30 days.
To place an order, please contact us at magproducts@neurek.com

 

 
MAGmv1.0

- Ergonomic helmet designed to fit all head dimensions 

- Specifically designed to target the motor cortex corresponding to the upper limbs/hands (allows both unilateral and bilateral stimulation) or the visual cortex

- Cannot be used to target other cortical areas (for other targets, please contact us)

 - Does not include the magnets: to be used with MAGbox45 for motor cortex (bilateral application requires 2 MAGbox45) or with MAGbox60 for visual cortex 

- Designed by Luki Huber

 
2000 euros
+ IVA*
+ shipment**

 
 
MAGmv1.1
MAGdpv1.1
MAGsv1.1

- Ergonomic helmets designed to fit all head dimensions 

- Specifically designed to target
  •  the motor cortex corresponding to the upper limbs/hands (allows both unilateral and bilateral application) or the visual cortex (MAGmv1.1)
  • the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex or the parietal cortex (allows both unilateral and bilateral application) or the visual cortex (MAGdpv1.1)
  • the supplementary motor area or the visual cortex (MAGsv1.1)
- All locations can fit magnets 60 mm diameter and 30 mm of thickness or smaller.

 - Does not include the magnets: to be used with MAGbox45 or with MAGbox60 

- Designed by Luki Huber

 
Please contact us
for a quotation**
 
 
MAGbox45

- Hand-made wooden case

- 1 MAG45r: real magnet (i.e. cylindrical nickel-plated NdFeB magnet) of 45 mm diameter and 30 mm of thickness with nominal strength of approx. 78kg

-1 MAG45s: sham magnet, with same dimensions and appearance as the real magnet but made of nickel-plated steel

NOTE: The MAG45r and the MAG45s are equivalent to the "Big Magnet" and the corresponding sham used by Oliviero et al. (2011). They were also used in the studies by Silbert et al. (2013), Arias et al. (2017), Dileone et al. (2017), and Dileone et al. (2018).
 
170 euros
+ IVA*
+ shipment**


 
 
MAGbox60

- Hand-made wooden case

- 1 MAG60r: real magnet (i.e. cylindrical nickel-plated NdFeB magnet) of 60 mm diameter and 30 mm of thickness with nominal strength of approx. 120kg

-1 MAG60s: sham magnet, with same dimensions and appearance as the real magnet but made of nickel-plated steel

NOTE: The MAG60r was used in the safety study by Oliviero et al. Brain Stimul 2015 and both the MAG60r and the MAG60s were used in the studies by Gonzales-Rosa et al. (2015), Carrasco-López et al. (2017) and Lozano-Soto et al. (2018)


220 euros
+ IVA*
+ shipment**




* IVA at 21%
** please contact us at magproducts@neurek.com



tSMS studies in humans

  • Oliviero A, Mordillo-Mateos L, Arias P, Panyavin I, Foffani G, Aguilar J. Transcranial static magnetic field stimulation of the human motor cortex. J Physiol. 2011 Oct 15;589(Pt 20):4949-58.
  • Paulus W. Transcranial static magnetic field stimulation in man: making things as simple as possible? J Physiol. 2011 Dec 15;589(Pt 24):5917-8.
  • Silbert BI, Pevcic DD, Patterson HI, Windnagel KA, Thickbroom GW. Inverse correlation between resting motor threshold and corticomotor excitability after static magnetic stimulation of human motor cortex. Brain Stimul. 2013 Sep;6(5):817-20.
  • Kirimoto H, Tamaki H, Matsumoto T, Sugawara K, Suzuki M, Oyama M, Onishi H. Effect of transcranial static magnetic field stimulation over the sensorimotor cortex on somatosensory evoked potentials in humans. Brain Stimul. 2014 Nov-Dec;7(6):836-40.
  • Rivadulla C, Foffani G, Oliviero A. Magnetic field strength and reproducibility of neodymium magnets useful for transcranial static magnetic field stimulation of the human cortex. Neuromodulation. 2014 Jul;17(5):438-41
  • Oliviero A, Carrasco-López MC, Campolo M, Perez-Borrego YA, Soto-León V, Gonzalez-Rosa JJ, Higuero AM, Strange BA, Abad-Rodriguez J, Foffani G. Safety Study of Transcranial Static Magnetic Field Stimulation (tSMS) of the Human Cortex. Brain Stimul. 2015 May-Jun;8(3):481-5.
  • Nojima I, Koganemaru S, Fukuyama H, Mima T. Static magnetic field can transiently alter the human intracortical inhibitory system. Clin Neurophysiol. 2015 Dec;126(12):2314-9. 
  • Gonzalez-Rosa JJ, Soto-Leon V, Real P, Carrasco-Lopez C, Foffani G, Strange BA, Oliviero A. Static Magnetic Field Stimulation over the Visual Cortex Increases Alpha Oscillations and Slows Visual Search in Humans. J Neurosci. 2015 Jun 17;35(24):9182-93.
  • Kirimoto H, Asao A, Tamaki H, Onishi H. Non-invasive modulation of somatosensory evoked potentials by the application of static magnetic fields over the primary and supplementary motor cortices. Sci Rep. 2016 Oct 4;6:34509.
  • Nojima I, Koganemaru S, Mima T. Combination of Static Magnetic Fields and Peripheral Nerve Stimulation Can Alter Focal Cortical Excitability. Front Hum Neurosci. 2016 Nov 25;10:598.
  • Arias P, Adán-Arcay L, Puerta-Catoira B, Madrid A, Cudeiro J. Transcranial static magnetic field stimulation of M1 reduces corticospinal excitability without distorting sensorimotor integration in humans. Brain Stimul. 2017 Mar-Apr;10(2):340-342.
  • Carrasco-López C, Soto-León V, Céspedes V, Profice P, Strange BA, Foffani G, Oliviero A. Static Magnetic Field Stimulation over Parietal Cortex Enhances Somatosensory Detection in Humans. J Neurosci. 2017 Apr 5;37(14):3840-3847.
  • Kufner M, Brückner S, Kammer T. No modulatory effects by transcranial static magnetic field stimulation of human motor and somatosensory cortex. Brain Stimul. 2017 May - Jun;10(3):703-710.
  • Foffani G, Dileone M. No modulatory effects by tSMS when delivered during a cognitive task. Brain Stimul. 2017 Jul - Aug;10(4):867.
  • Dileone M, Carrasco-López MC, Segundo-Rodriguez JC, Mordillo-Mateos L, López-Ariztegui N, Alonso-Frech F, Catalan-Alonso MJ, Obeso JA, Oliviero A, Foffani G. Dopamine-dependent changes of cortical excitability induced by transcranial static magnetic field stimulation in Parkinson's disease. Sci Rep. 2017 Jun 28;7(1):4329.
  • Matsugi A, Okada Y. Cerebellar transcranial static magnetic field stimulation transiently reduces cerebellar brain inhibition. Funct Neurol. 2017 Apr/Jun;32(2):77-82.
  • Lozano-Soto E, Soto-León V, Sabbarese S, Ruiz-Alvarez L, Sanchez-Del-Rio M, Aguilar J, Strange BA, Foffani G, Oliviero A. Transcranial static magnetic field stimulation (tSMS) of the visual cortex decreases experimental photophobia. Cephalalgia. 2018 Jul;38(8):1493-1497.
  • Tharayil JJ, Goetz SM, Bernabei JM, Peterchev AV. Field Distribution of Transcranial Static Magnetic Stimulation in Realistic Human Head Model. Neuromodulation. 2018 Jun;21(4):340-347.
  • Kirimoto H, Tamaki H, Otsuru N, Yamashiro K, Onishi H, Nojima I, Oliviero A. Transcranial Static Magnetic Field Stimulation over the Primary Motor Cortex Induces Plastic Changes in Cortical Nociceptive Processing. Front Hum Neurosci. 2018 Feb 15;12:63.
  • Dileone M, Mordillo-Mateos L, Oliviero A, Foffani G. Long-lasting effects of transcranial static magnetic field stimulation on motor cortex excitability. Brain Stimul. 2018 Jul - Aug;11(4):676-688.