Tremors Brain Surgeon

Top Tremors Brain Surgeon in Lahore, Pakistan

A tremor is an uncontrollable movement in any part of your body. Our reliable Tremors Brain Surgeon in Lahore, Pakistan is providing best treatments. Tremors can occur at any time and are due to a problem in the part of your brain that controls muscle movements. It is usually harmless but sometimes signals a more serious neurological problem (that is, a problem related to the brain). Other factors that may cause tremors include:

  1. Side effect of drugs
  2. Alcohol abuse or withdrawal
  3. Parkinson’s disease
  4. Mercury poisoning
  5. Overactive thyroid
  6. Liver failure
  7. Muscle fatigue
  8. Consuming too much caffeine
  9. Stress
  10. Ageing
  11. Low blood sugar levels

Best Treatments Provided By Tremors Brain Surgeon in Lahore, Pakistan

Medical Treatment for Brain Tremor

The currently available medical treatments for essential tremor are symptomatic and not curative. This means that the severity of essential tremor can be decreased by medication but that the tremor will not be cured. There is no medication that will permanently remove essential tremor from a person who is affected by it.

Initial treatment

Initially from our Tremors Brain Surgeon in Lahore, many patients prefer to receive treatment for essential tremor intermittently and not regularly.

The occasional use of alcohol, propranalol, primidone or benzodiazepines (clonazepam) for high stress situations, such as social events or work engagements, is common.

Continuous Treatment

There are a number of options available for continuous treatment providing by our Tremors Brain Surgeon in Lahore. People could be prescribed with:

  1. Propranolol
  2. Primidone
  3. Topiramate
  4. Gabapentin
  5. Clonazepam
  6. Atenolol
  7. Sotalo
  8. Clonazepam
  9. Nadolol
  10. Diazepam

Botulinum toxin treatment is sometimes considered for head or voice tremors.

Best Surgical Treatment for Brain Tremor

Tremors BrainSurgical intervention in essential tremor has been used for over 50 years, and is used for those patients who have particularly severe/disabling tremor and do not respond to medication.

About 50% of severely affected essential tremor patients have medication-resistant symptoms or are intolerant to medication, so that brain surgery is an option. In order to alleviate tremor in a patient’s right arm, surgery is performed on the left side of the brain and vice versa for the left arm.


The main risks of this type of surgery, when performed in a neurosurgical centre by a specialist functional neurosurgeon, are a 1/1000 risk of death

3% risk of a bleed within the skull

1% risk of a stroke.

Success of surgery by our Top Tremors Brain Surgeon in Lahore, Pakistan

Long-term studies have shown that tremor control can be maintained for up to six years after deep brain stimulation.

The effects of deep brain stimulation on the patient’s thought processes, mood state and quality of life after up to 6 years are mainly positive.