Subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation (STN-DBS) is a alternative treatment in Parkinson's disease. The iam of this case report is to present a case with a positive effect of STN-DBS on early-term results in Parkinson's disease. A 45-year-old man who underwent STN-DBS surgery as a treatment method for Parkinson's Disease was presented. He was assessed in preoperative and postoperative period. STN-DBS surgery reduced the clinical severity of Parkinson's disease, the patient walked a certain distance in a shorter period, increased number of motion repetitions at a certain time interval, and decreased anxiety and depression level. In conclusion STN DBS surgery has a positive effect on physical functions in Parkinson's disease and it may be useful to perform follow-up study in order to evaluate changes in cognitive functions.