Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery(Functional Stereotaxy) for Parkinson Disease

History

Patient Mubarak Alneaimi suffered from Parkinson’s Disease for 3 years prior to the current admission. He had developed tremors on the right side of his body, and felt weakness over his whole body. He could feel that his left leg was quite ‘heavy’ while walking. His handwriting was deteriorating.
Mubarak wanted to slow down, or reverse, the progression of his medical condition.

Medical Condition before Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery for Parkinson’s Disease (PD)

Before getting Parkinson’s disease, Mubarak liked to go fishing. However, after getting Parkinson’s disease, his movements were slow and he couldn’t walk steadily, and he had to stop his fishing. Even daily tasks such as brushing his teeth became a challenge for him. Mubarak had difficulty in sleeping and often had nightmares. He felt insecure while driving and suffered from emotional upset.
Because he usually got tired quickly, so he couldn’t exercise like before.

Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery for Parkinson’s Disease (PD)

The patient was given stereotactic Injection into the brain of neural growth factors, daily IV therapy, neural nutrition and protection as well as physical and occupational Therapy sessions, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatment.

Medical Condition after Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery for Parkinson’s Disease (PD)

Even before the stereotactic operation was totally finished, Mubarak began to feel improvements. After completing the whole treatment plan, his symptoms were relieved by 80%. He is suppose to gained more improvements in the next 6 months.