Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS): Programming Matters


A picture is worth more than a thousand words. The programming of your Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) device is as important as the device itself. With Image Guided Programming (IGP), your physician can see exactly where your leads are located and precisely where your stimulation needs to be delivered. Learn more about Boston Scientific’s advanced programming technology: Image Guided Programming.


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Meet our speaker:
Dr. Xenos Mason is a Movement Disorders Neurologist and Assistant Professor of neurological surgery and neurology at the University of Southern California. He came to southern California from Boston, where he completed his medical degree at Harvard Medical School, and his neurology residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Mason’s clinical and research interests are in the use and development of deep brain stimulation as a treatment for movement disorders. Dr. Mason also serves on PCLA’s volunteer Medical Advisory Board.

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