This newsletter focuses on the use of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for patients with movement disorders. For patients with neurological conditions, they may fear that an unusual treatment may be worse than the disease. This can certainly be true for patients with movement disorders who are contemplating deep brain stimulation to help control their seizures.
Diseases like Parkinson’s, essential tremor, and dystonia can take away much of the control the patient once had over their body and their life. Giving up more control may seem unthinkable. Electrodes in the brain? Someone else controlling the electrical impulses? It may just be a bridge too far.
This is why we’ve created this month’s video newsletter on Deep Brain Stimulation. It will help your patients understand what DBS is and how it can help them gain back some control in their lives.
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