Memorial Hermann The Woodlands celebrates a major milestone with more than 100 Deep Brain Stimulation Procedures

By: Memorial Hermann The Woodlands
| Published 02/08/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Allison Boyle, M.D., Saman Javedan, M.D., and their team at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center recently celebrated a major milestone – they have performed more than one-hundred Deep Brain Stimulation Procedures since the program launched in 2020.

Deep Brain Stimulation is a surgical treatment option for patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease and essential tremors. Surgeons implant a device that acts like a pacemaker for the brain, sending mild electrical signals to specific parts of the brain. The signals reorganize the brain’s electrical impulses, resulting in improved symptoms for many neurological conditions.

While it’s not a cure and does not slow progression of disease, it can dramatically reduce symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and improve the quality of life for many patients. For more information, visit

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