Deep brain stimulation surgery in Parkinson’s patients begins with detailed magnetic resonance imaging in the brain. On the morning of the operation, images of the brain tomography are taken with a special frame placed on the patient’s head, and magnetic resonance images are combined with this image. From this coupling, the target point is determined. The target point has space coordinates in three dimensions. Target points are found by applying local anesthesia to the patient and electrodes are placed. In the next part of the surgery, the patient is taken under general anesthesia and a battery is placed under the skin in the chest area. The surgery is completed by connecting this battery to the electrodes placed in the brain. The procedure time is 5 or 6 hours.