Spectrum Health uses new technologies to treat Parkinson’s and other movement disorders

The hope is that this new and smarter technology can help patients with movement disorders by relieving some of their symptoms and improving their quality of life.

Last month, Spectrum Health became the first Michigan state hospital to implant a new device called the SenSight Directional Lead System in a patient with Parkinson’s disease.

The hope is that this new and smarter technology can help patients with movement disorders by relieving some of their symptoms and improving their quality of life. Dr. Rushna Ali, a neurosurgeon at Spectrum Health, explained how it works.

For more information about Parkinson’s treatment at Spectrum Health, visit www.spectrumhealth.org/parkinsons or call 616-267-7104.

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