Deep Brain Stimulation Offers Hope to Those with Parkinson's and Other Neurological Disorders
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 - 10:00am
Deep brain stimulation regulates the abnormal signals that cause many Parkinson’s disease symptoms, according to University of Minnesota Health Neurosurgeon Michael C. Park, MD, PhD.
Neurosurgeon Michael C. Park, MD, PhD, oversees and conducts a procedure called deep brain stimulation, also known as neuro-modulation. The therapy can help relieve Parkinson's disease symptoms, and may have broader utility as a treatment for other neurological disorders.
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