About Us

About Us

The Neuromodulation and Pain Center (NeuroMaPC) is the first ever private research body for clinical and fundamental neuroscience in Iran. Founded in 2018, this centre is the home of one of the most unique and advanvced neuromodulation surgeries in the world. The NeuroMaPC's astounding team is comprised of the neurosurgeon, consultant neurologist, psychiatrist; radiologist, biomedical engineer and rehabilitation healthcare porfessionals to provide the best treatment for patients. Since 2018, the center strives to promote therapeutic neuromodulation services, raise awareness of neuromodulation and chronic pain, and carry out research projects on an international scale.

Research published
Visits from all over Iran
Successful surgery

Latest Events

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Management of Pressure Point Pain

A webinar on pain control and pressure point pain

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New Approaches to Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain Control

A webinar on pain control and management

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Recording, Analysis and Processing of Electroencephalogram

Winter school: recording, analysis and processing of Electroencephalogram (EEG)

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Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

The first international congress of advanced technologies and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the field of medicine.

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How to Become a Researcher

A workshop on research and essay writing

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Health Services

Advanced Neurological Modulation Surgeries (Movement disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, seizure, epilepsy, pain, urinary incontinence)

Clinical Research

Management and conduction of clinical research to monitor and improve the quality of treatment

Fundamental Research

Management and conduction of fundamental research for localizing neurological modulation technology

Interprofessional Education

Creating learning opportunities for neurologists, neurosurgeons and aspiring neurosurgeons to explore neurological modulation

Research Education

Aiming to teach research principles to aspiring researchers based on the center's objectives

Public Education

Raising awareness of the etiology and prevention of various neurological conditions

Our Services

Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Surgery

DBS is used to treat Parkinson's Disease (PD), dystonia; tremor and psychiatric conditions such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Shiraz is the home for this unique procedure in Iran.

Spinal Cord Stimulator Implant

This outpatient procedure can provide pain relief for patients with numerous chronic pain syndrome.

Intrathecal Pain Pump Implant

This procedure aims to deliver small amounts of pain medications such as baclofen or morphine directly to the spinal fluid. The implant is suitable for palliative and malignancy pains.

External Stimulus Agent

This device implanted to treat urinary and fecal incontinence.

Surgery for Epilepsy

This surgery aims to treat patients with epilepsy who have not responded well to medications. Patients may have partial or full recovery post-op.

Minimally Invasive Pain Treatments

This minimally invasive treatment aims to relief chronic pains in the face, neck or back despite the limbs involvement.

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HUGE congratulations! This is indeed a fantastic achievement. Wonderful results and, more importantly, amazing tenacity to ensure the procedure is available to as many Iranian citizens as possible.

Professor Ludvic Zrinzo

UCL Queen Square London Institute of Neurology

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Congratulations for the results of DBS in Shiraz: A proof of the quality and endurance of the team.

Professor Hans Speelman


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I commend the authors for their hard work establishing this DBS program and taking the time and energy to do research in this regard. They have established a center offering top notch care within just a few years.

World Neurosurgery Magazine


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Congratulations! This is a great success

Professor Joachim Krauss

Former Chairman of the World Society of Functional and Stereotypical Neurosurgery...




The Handbook of Neuromodulation