Eleven weeks have past since my second DBS surgery, and I’m facing the challenge of expectation regarding the success of my DBS.
Relating to the decision, surgery, and recovery for Deep Brain Stimulation
Bioengineer Dr. Eric Sabelman at Kaiser Permanente Redwood City describes x-rays from Deep Brain Stimulation.
Memories of my imagination during a second Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, are now part of my DBS experience.
Parkinson’s Women Support (PWS) presented its first symposium for women with Parkinson’s disease, Women & PD: What’s New? on October Continue reading
Meet the doctors, nurses, specialists and researchers who will be discussing the special needs of women with Parkinson’s disease at Women & PD: What’s New?
What can people with Parkinson’s disease do if they experience DBS complications?
Which option will you choose when it is time to select a rechargeable or a non-rechargeable battery?
Some pointers on making a decision about whether to have deep brain stimulation that treats one side or two sides of the brain.