Deep Brain Stimulation

Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) is a procedure in which stimulating electrodes are placed into the deep structures of the brain and connected to a pacemaker.  The therapy can improve symptoms and signs of movement disorders like Parkinson's disease, dystonia and tremor, and also epilepsy and chronic pain. 

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Spinal Cord Stimulation

The nerves in your spinal cord carry messages to your brain, telling it you feel pain in certain areas. By modulating the nerves, we can block these pain messages and usually make your brain feel a pleasant sensation instead

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Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation

Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) stimulation is a treatment where fine wires are inserted through the skin into a nerve where it exits the spine to jam abnormal pain signals from a particular painful region, for example: the knee after knee surgery, the foot after trauma or the groin after hernia surgery.

Brain lesions including thalamotomy

Thalamotomy is a lesion made in the brain to relieve tremor.  It is performed in our hands by a radiofrequency machine rather than ultrasound.

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