About Neuravive

Using Sound Waves to Treat Essential Tremor

  

Neuravive is an incisionless treatment for essential tremor patients who have not responded to medications. The treatment is performed in an MRI suite, often on an outpatient basis.

During the Neuravive treatment, ultrasound waves pass safely through the skull without incisions. These ultrasound waves are focused on a small spot in the brain (Vim nucleus of the thalamus), considered to be responsible for causing tremor, to create a small lesion. For many patients, the result is immediate tremor improvement in their treated hand with minimal complications.

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The Neuravive focused ultrasound treatment could be an option for patients who don’t get acceptable tremor relief from medications. Three-year follow up of the clinical trial demonstrated a positive safety profile and a 76.5% improvement in tremor severity score.

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Your guide to getting back to life

During the Neuravive treatment, ultrasound waves are focused on a small spot considered to be responsible for causing tremor.

For many patients, the result is immediate tremor improvement in their treated hand with minimal complications.

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Beverly is back - engaged with her career, photography and life

Ten years ago, Beverly noticed a slight tremor in her dominant hand. When her tremor symptoms were not improving, Beverly began a quest to find out what she could do to manage the condition.

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Could you be a candidate for the Incisionless Neuravive Treatment?

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