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Neuromodulation is a technique that uses implanted devices and other means to modify the abnormal nervous system activity found in several neurological disorders. First introduced more than half a century ago, it is now a well-established technology that has changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.

Recognition

U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” ranks NYU Langone among the top 10 hospitals in the country for neurology and neurosurgery.

VIDEO: Neurosurgeon Dr. Alon Mogilner explains how NYU Langone experts use deep brain stimulation to offer relief to people experiencing severe symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

NYU Langone’s Center for Neuromodulation is one of the first centers in the country to provide a full spectrum of this type of therapy for patients with conditions that include:

Our techniques include deep brain stimulation, high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU), spinal cord stimulation, occipital nerve stimulation, peripheral neurostimulation, intrathecal pump implantation, as well as lesioning techniques such as radiofrequency rhizotomy, glycerol rhizotomy, and Gamma Knife® radiosurgery.

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