Non-invasive treatment for essential tremor.
St Vincent’s hospital is pleased to now offer Neuravive, a new MRI-guided noninvasive treatment for essential tremor. Using 1024 beams of ultrasound energy all pinpointed on the area responsible for the tremor, Neuravive is providing immediate and significant reduction in tremors.
After a single treatment, most patients report a significant relief from symptoms almost immediately.
The focussed ultrasound treatment is capable of penetrating the skull without making an incision.
MRI-guided focussed Ultrasound is safe and effective with minimal side effects.
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Essential tremor (ET) is a common neurological condition affecting up to 800,000 Australians. ET causes tremor of the hands and sometimes head and voice tremor, which may begin in childhood or adolescence and worsen slowly though adulthood.
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The Neuravive procedure is a non-invasive treatment that reduces tremor. It is based on MR-guided Focussed Ultrasound (MRgFUS) technology which combines High Intensity Focussed Ultrasound that is guided by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
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