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For over 25 years, Medtronic has been a global leader in deep brain stimulation (DBS) device design and development. And today, more than 175,000 Medtronic DBS devices* have been implanted to treat Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, essential tremor, dystonia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
View clinical research, understand patient selection, and discover why DBS is an important addition to the treatment continuum for the following indications.
DBS may be a therapeutic option for patients with recent or longer-standing motor complications.DBS FOR PARKINSON'S
Medtronic DBS for epilepsy gives patients a flexible, accessible therapy option that offers safe and effective1 seizure control.DBS FOR EPILEPSY
Learn more about out how DBS works and how to identify candidates.DBS FOR ESSENTIAL TREMOR
DBS may be considered when chronic, primary dystonia symptoms can’t be successfully managed with medication.DBS FOR DYSTONIA
For adult patients with chronic, severe OCD who do not respond well to medication or cognitive-behavior therapy.DBS FOR OCD
Speak to your local Medtronic
representative to learn more about
Medtronic deep brain stimulation.
Number of unique patients implanted (i.e “new patients”)
Salanova V, Witt T, Worth R et al. Long-term efficacy and safety of thalamic stimulation for drug-resistant partial epilepsy. Neurology 2015;84(10):1017-1025.