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Frequently Asked Questions
The deep brain stimulator is typically placed within the brain, with electrodes implanted in specific regions responsible for symptom control.
Contraindications may include medical conditions that increase surgery risks, cognitive impairment, and unrealistic expectations about treatment outcomes.
Generally, brain tissue doesn’t regrow significantly after damage; recovery involves neural plasticity, where existing neurons adapt to compensate for lost functions.
The initial recovery period after DBS surgery varies, but patients often resume regular activities within a few weeks to a few months, with improvement in symptoms over time.