What if we told you that, in a survey of 41 people living with Parkinson's disease who had undergone a remote audio-visual DBS tele-programming session, 98% reported that telehealth improved their access to healthcare services? Well, what if we said 64% — nearly two-thirds — said they viewed telehealth visits the same as in-person visits? Moreover, 88% reported overall satisfaction with the telehealth interface that was used to deliver the care. And if we said those numbers are 100% from a survey, conducted in collaboration with the Parkinson's Foundation, of people receiving care and treatment from their doctors via the NeuroSphere Virtual Clinic — which allows for real-time communication and the ability to 100% remotely access and directly program systems — would you be 100% convinced it could be just what you or a family member need to enhance the care of their pain or movement disorder symptoms? If not, keep reading. You’re already about 25% there.