Watch Treatment Transform Essential Tremor Symptoms

Use of a deep brain stimulation device can spark a dramatic change for patients with essential tremor.

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Author | Michigan Medicine

Deep brain stimulation can greatly reduce Essential Tremor symptoms. See Jack writing with and without his DBS device. Learn more about deep brain stimulation.

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