Treating Essential Tremor with Sound Waves

Essential tremor, also referred to as familial, idiopathic or benign tremor, causes uncontrollable shaking that can impact a person’s ability to live an independent and active lifestyle. When an essential tremor patient does not get tremor relief from medications, the Incisionless Neuravive focused ultrasound treatment could be an option.

Neuravive uses targeted ultrasound waves to treat the small spot in the brain considered to be responsible for causing tremor. No incisions or permanent implants are needed for the treatment and it is performed using focused ultrasound and an MRI scanner.

Treatment Benefits

Incisionless Treatment using Sound Waves

Incisionless treatment
(no scalpel, no cuts)

Essential Tremor Focused Ultrasound treatment often performed on an outpatient basis

Often performed on an
outpatient basis

Immediate results for essential tremor patients treated hand

Immediate results
on treated hand

Essential Tremor Treatment is safe and effective with minimal side effects

Safe and effective with
minimal side effects

Essential Tremor Focused Ultrasound treatment is FDA approved & Clinically Proven

FDA approved and
clinically proven

Over 3,000 patients have been treated by Essential Tremor Focused Ultrasound Treatment and counting

Over 3,000 patients
treated worldwide
and growing

Important Safety Information

For short periods of time during the focused ultrasound treatment, you may experience nausea, pain or other sensations. There is a risk that you could develop temporary or permanent numbness/tingling, imbalance, unsteadiness, gait disturbance, and muscle weakness. For more safety information, please Click Here

Frequently Asked Questions about Essential Tremor and Focused Ultrasound Treatment

Do you have questions about Essential Tremor, Focused Ultrasound treatment or Insurance Coverage? Check our answers to the top questions asked by hundreds of people, like you.

 

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