Dr Alison Yarnall’s study in the Daily Mirror
In the article, Dr Alison Yarnall explains how the ‘zapper’ could revolutionise care in Parkinson’s patients.
The handheld device works by boosting production of acetylcholine, which stimulates the vagus nerve.
The improvement in movement to patients could be invaluable as the vagus nerve helps with balance.
Dr Yarnall will lead on this new and exciting 12-week study funded by Parkinson’s UK and The Dunhill Medical Trust.
Take a look at the full news article here.