Parkinson, from cell to clinic
Parkinson's is an advanced neurological disorder that affects a person's movement. Parkinson's disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder and the first most common motor disorder. Property
Parkinson's is characterized by the gradual onset of tremors in the limbs at rest, muscle stiffness, decreased mobility, and loss of balance, all of which progressively worsen and can interfere with a person's ability to speak and walk. He will lose the ability to do simple daily tasks.
Due to this issue, most DBS operations are in the Neuromodulation and Pain Research Center for the treatment of this disease, and as a result, this center has held its tenth scientific conference virtually for more information on this topic. This webinar was held with a lecture by Dr. Aydin Omidvar, Assistant Professor of Kashan University of Medical Sciences and the faculty of the Neurological Modulation and Pain Research Center, Neurosurgeon, on Wednesday, September 15, 2020, at 7:00 PM.