The most important pathological change of Parkinson’s disease is degeneration and death of cholinergic neurons that causing significant decrease in corpus striatum DA and leading to the disease. Parkinson’s disease has an insidious onset and slow progress. Usually, initial symptoms are one-sided body tremors or an inability to carry out activities and increased clumsiness whilst doing simple tasks. Clinical symptoms are resting tremors, bradykinesia, myotonia and problems in gait and posture, In recent years, depression and non-motor symptoms, such as constipation and sleep disorder, have also become common chief complaints in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Interestingly, these symptoms have more of an impact on patients’ quality of life than motor symptoms.

Minimally Invasive Brain Repair

Minimally Invasive Brain Repair is the latest surgical approach to treat Parkinson’s disease. This procedure is performed with stereotactic techniques, and the guidance of an advanced imaging system that accurately locates the target location which allows the surgeon to then replace damaged cells with healthy ones.

It can greatly reduce tremors, prolonged muscle contractions and rigidity while improving movement continuity, movement initiation and balance, muscle tension, slurred speech and reducing freeze ups.

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