Long-Term Impact of Focused Ultrasound on Essential Tremor

Posted on March 1, 2023

Four to five years after undergoing focused ultrasound (FUS) to treat their essential tremor, patients are continuing to endure benefits. In this podcast, Dr. Rees Cosgrove, director of epilepsy and functional neurosurgery at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, talks about the study and the enhancements made to FUS.

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5 thoughts on “Long-Term Impact of Focused Ultrasound on Essential Tremor

  1. Great material. I am scheduled in July got treatment
    In Toronto/Sunnybrook H.
    Thank you

  2. I have essential tremor of the head. I think the term is titubation. I found that taking magnesium glycinate helps tremendously.

    1. Judith,
      Thank you for the information.
      Where does one get magnesium glycinate?
      What size dose seems good to you?
      Thank you.

  3. The fact that the FDA just gave approval for bilateral focused ultrasound is good, good news! Thank you for the update!

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