Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Program
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Deep Brain Stimulation: A Trusted Source for Neurological Procedures

Deep Brain Stimulation

The Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Program at Stanford Hospital & Clinics uses minimally invasive, non-destructive and reversible techniques to help patients with movement disorders, psychiatric disorders, seizures and certain types of chronic pain. Conditions treated by our physicians include:

Deep brain stimulation procedures are performed using leading-edge techniques developed by Stanford researchers, including a frameless approach, which increases patient comfort during surgery.

Benefits to You

Description: A Trusted Source for Neurosurgical Procedures. Stanford’s DBS program is led by Dr. Jaimie Henderson and Dr. Helen Bronte-Stewart, world-renowned experts on using image-guided surgery for functional neurosurgical procedures.  We are currently researching new or improved treatments for Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, facial pain, eating disorders and obesity.A Trusted Source for Neurosurgical Procedures. Dr. Jaimie Henderson and Dr. Helen Bronte-Stewart are world-renowned experts in image-guided surgery for functional neurosurgical procedures, currently researching new or improved treatments for Parkinson's disease, pain, psychiatric disorders and epilepsy.

Description: Ongoing Research to Improve Patient Care & ComfortOngoing Research to Improve Patient Care & Comfort. The physicians use the newest techniques and devices to make surgery quicker and more comfortable. Patients can also join clinical trials at Stanford, which test new surgical and medical treatments for neurological diseases.

Spotlight Videos

Stanford Hospital's Jamie Henderson, MD, on Parkinson's Disease

A Dancer's Perspective on Movement & Parkinson's (Helen Bronte-Stewart, MD)

Conditions Treated With DBS

Meet Our Team

Patient Resources

Our Team Members DBS Treatments and Procedures Neurology Clinical Trials

News

New Frameless DBS Technique Improves Patient Comfort Deep Brain Stimulation Designed to Control Parkinson's Disease Better Access and Novel Therapies Improve Outcomes Epilepsy Accurate Diagnosis is Half the Battle
US News & World Report

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