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Benefits of Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson's Disease

In Deep brain stimulation or DBS, a neurostimulator is used to deliver electrical signals to those areas of the brain which are involved in controlling mood, pain, movement, and obsessive-compulsive thoughts.

There are four parts in the DBS system, namely, leads or electrodes, anchors, neurostimulators, and extension.

This article discusses the benefits of deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease.

Advantags of Deep Brain Stimulation Parkinson’s Disease



The advantages of deep brain stimulation parkinsonism are:

Deep brain stimulation treats Parkinsonism when medications work no more!

DBS is the best therapeutic modality when medicines are no more effective in treating Parkinson’s disease. The main reason is over time, the medications used in treating Parkinsonism lose their effectiveness due to which increasing the medication dose is not a safe option because of the increasing side effects associated with the medicines.

In such cases, DBS is considered safe and effective. Choosing this therapeutic modality in treating Parkinsonism can reduce the disease’s severity.

Deep brain stimulation improves life quality and makes life better for those struggling with Parkinsonism

In Parkinson’s disease, patients find it difficult to perform normal routine activities. The mobility, eating, communication, and emotional well-being of the patient are adversely affected by Parkinson’s disease. 

DBS or deep brain stimulation can prove to be life-saving for such patients by improving their symptoms.

DBS or Deep brain stimulation is reversible and adjustable:

DBS is safe in patients and offers adjustability and reversibility because it is possible to adjust the pulse generator settings based on the patient's condition and needs. Also, leads and pulse generators can be removed.

How long is the recovery after DBS?

How long is the recovery after DBS?


The recovery may take several weeks and it is important to follow the following instructions carefully:

  • Follow instructions given by the doctor.

  • No heavy lifting.

  • No high-intensity exercise for 4 to 6 weeks.

  • Avoid making complex movements and stretching

Answering questions that patients and families have while choosing DBS

Answering questions that patients and families have while choosing DBS


Is Deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s successful?

Yes, deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s is successful.

Is Deep brain stimulation approved?

Yes, Deep brain stimulation is approved by US FDA for managing Parkinson's disease, and obsessive-compulsive disease (OCD).

Who performs Deep brain stimulation?

DBS is performed by a team that comprises of:

  • Neurosurgeon.

  • Psychiatrist.

  • Neuropsychologist.

  • Neuropsychologist.

  • Nurse

Why DBS is best for treating Parkinsonism and Epilepsy?

Deep brain stimulation or DBS improves the patient outcomes like reduce the rate of mortality and medicine dosage. The severity of disease symptoms is greatly reduced.

Message from Yapita Health

DBS improves brain function and mental health. When medications do not work anymore, Deep brain stimulation is the best option to treat Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy.

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The benefits of choosing Yapita health for Deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease are:

  • Our treatment packages are cost-saving and affordable.

  • We provide treatment under work class specialists.

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