Deep brain stimulation is well established for the treatment of movement disorders. Its use in OCD is becoming more common. Work is on-going in fields- new and old. This session serves as an update to the progress in those indications.
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:
- Describe future indications for deep brain stimulation.
- Identify limitations of these developments.
- Discuss role of novel technologies to assess efficacy.
Depression (Deep Brain Stimulation and Vagus Nerve Stimulation)
Konstantin V. Slavin, MD
Alexander L. Green, MD FRCS (SN) BSc MB BS
Nanthia Suthana, PhD
Robert S. Fisher, MD PhD
Ali R. Rezai, MD
Faculty and Presentations subject to change.
- Advanced Practice Provider Course (PAs, NPs, Nurses): A to Z in Neuromodulation
- Engineering Principles of Spinal Cord Stimulation and Deep Brain Stimulation for Clinicians
- Thematic Abstract Presentations
- Plenary Session I -- What We Have Learned About Placebo: Implications for Clinical Practice and the Interpretation of Evidence About Analgesics
- Plenary Session II -- When It's Time to Say No: Patient Selection