Novel Spinal Cord Stimulator Sparks Hope for Parkinson’s Disease Treatment

A novel stimulation method, the first potential therapy to target the spinal cord instead of the brain, may offer an effective and less invasive approach for Parkinson’s disease treatment, according to pre-clinical data published in the journal Science by researchers at Duke University Medical Center.

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Novel Spinal Cord Stimulator Sparks Hope for Parkinson’s Disease Treatment


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Spinal Cord Stimulation Restores Locomotion in Animal Models of Parkinson’s Disease


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