The provider makes an incision and implants or replaces a direct or inductive cranial pulse generator or receiver in a subcutaneous pocket for connection to two or more electrode arrays, often one on each side of the brain. This service is generally done to treat Parkinson’s disease, tremors, or multiple sclerosis. The provider may replace the pulse generator or receiver due to a component malfunction.
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