French Patient Receives India’s First Spinal Cord Stimulation for Parkinson’s Plus Syndrome

A 65-year-old patient from France with Parkinson’s Plus Syndrome underwent a high cervical spinal cord stimulation in a Bengaluru hospital. The procedure, claimed to be India’s first, was performed by doctors at Fortis Hospital Bannerghatta Road. Following years of distress and multiple co-morbidities, the patient, identified as Mary, saw improved mobility and reduced symptoms after the innovative surgery. This breakthrough offers hope for those with similar conditions.

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