George Mandybur MD

Tennis Event Is a ‘Smash’

“Serve an Ace for Parkinson’s,”  a January event benefiting the Gardner Center for Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders at the UC Neuroscience Institute, assembled many familiar faces for a great cause. The Australian Open-themed evening was complete with a round-robin tennis tournament, food and prizes to raise funds for neurosurgery research at the Gardner Center. Read…
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New DBS Device Shows Promising Results; Heralds Arrival of New Manufacturer, Increased Competition

New DBS Device Shows Promising Results; Heralds Arrival of New Manufacturer, Increased Competition

Contact: Cindy Starr (513) 558-3505 cstarr@mayfieldclinic.com CINCINNATI – A multi-site study of a new deep brain stimulation device for people with Parkinson’s disease has found the device to provide benefits to patients, potentially paving the way for unprecedented competition in the area of neurostimulation technology. The study, whose co-authors included George Mandybur, MD, above left,…
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Deep Brain Stimulation May Help Tourette’s Syndrome, Alzheimer’s

WCPO-Channel 9 features video footage of George Mandybur, MD, performing deep brain surgery and Parkinson’s advocate Dale Ankenman. View the segment » View complete surgical video and patient education materials »

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