UM’s UHealth Uses New Deep Brain Stimulation Device to Successfully Treat Parkinson’s Patient

UM’s UHealth Uses New Deep Brain Stimulation Device to Successfully Treat Parkinson’s Patient

A team of neurosurgeons and neurologists at UHealth – the University of Miami Health System – has successfully treated a Central Florida man with Parkinson’s disease using a new implantable deep brain stimulation device.

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