Deep Brain Stimulation treats Parkinson’s, could soon do the same for Alzheimer’s

Deep Brain Stimulation, in which electrode-tipped wires are inserted into the brains of participants, is being used to treat patients with Parkinson’s disease — and could soon do the same for other neurological disorders, too. The post Deep Brain Stimulation treats Parkinson’s, could soon do the same for Alzheimer’s appeared first on Digital Trends. Continue…