A cure has yet to be found for Parkinson's Disease. But now sufferers can regain a large portion of their quality of life with what's known as a brain pacemaker. It uses deep brain stimulation from weak electrical impulses to block the neuronal output of the cortex's dysfunctional area. This way, it can help normalize brain functioning.
With the pacemaker calling the shots, the typical symptoms of Parkinson's - slowness of movement, shaking, stiffness and difficulties walking and maintaining balance - regress or even disappear.