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Moving Forward Together: Restorative Neurosurgery

The specialists at the Movement Disorders Center offer deep brain stimulation, a restorative neurosurgical procedure used to help patients with movement disorders.

Moving Forward Together

Our services are offered in a multidisciplinary setting that includes the expertise of neurologists, neuropsychologists and neurosurgeons. Our dedicated staff is sensitive to patient needs, and delivers easy-access, high-quality service and exceptional care.
Most patients with movement disorders are initially treated with medications. But with long-term use of medications and with disease progression, disabling side effects can occur, including excessive movements. When patients no longer have an acceptable quality of life with medical therapy, surgical treatments may be considered, among them, deep brain stimulation, or DBS.


Deep Brain Stimulation

YNN - Deep Brain Stimulation

Watch this story by YNN's Marcie Frasier explaining the benefits of deep brain stimulation.

Parkinson's Disease on HealthLink

Watch as Dr. Eric Molho and Dr. Julie Pilitsis discuss the latest treatment options for Parkinson's disease and people living with Parkinson's share their experiences on WMHT's HealthLink.