Knoxville (WVLT) - A small device implanted on the spinal cord could one day offer a better way to treat parkinson's disease.
Researchers found that a spinal cord stimulator helped rats with the disease walk and move normally again.
Scientists say spinal cord stimulation could one day replace deep brain stimulation, an effective but highly invasive treatment for parkinson's patients.
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