Posted on June 28, 2021

Information courtesy of the Medicare Plans Resource Center Many of us find signing up for health insurance to be needlessly complicated, confusing, and stressful. Unfortunately, when it comes to signing up for Medicare while considering a specific healthcare issue such as essential tremor (ET), things aren’t much simpler. Medicare is a health insurance program provided […]

Categories: ET Treatment, Support
Posted on June 17, 2021

This official IETF Essential Tremor in Adult Patients Guidelines Advisory provides clinicians with instant access to current best practices in a clear concise format. It was developed in collaboration with Guideline Central and the IETF, and authored by: Kelly Lyons, PhD Kelli Reiling Ott, OTD, OTR/L Holly Shill, MD What’s Inside? Overview/Background/Prevalence Assessment/Screening Differential Diagnosis […]

Posted on June 15, 2021

By Jean P. Hubble, M.D. The diagnosis is usually quite obvious – rhythmic shaking of the hands. Despite the fact that essential tremor (ET) is common and easily recognized, there are many aspects about the clinical presentation which are poorly understood. Virtually all individuals with ET have tremor of the hands. The next most frequently […]

Posted on June 7, 2021

Compound May Hold Promise as Therapy for ET; Reducing the Burden of Brain Disorders through Education and Advocacy; Download Our ET Coping Tips Handout

Categories: Tremor Gram
Posted on March 8, 2021

Let’s Talk About ET; Share Some Facts About ET; Spread Awareness All Year with Our Special Tote Bags and Water Bottles; Tune into Our Podcast and Share it with Others.

Categories: Tremor Gram
Posted on March 8, 2021

Mark Honeyman went from being an only child to having 7 siblings and 37 nieces and nephews. Adopted at birth, he started a search for his birth parents several years ago to learn where his essential tremor came from. That led him on a journey with many twists and turns, and fascinating stories. He says […]

Categories: Podcasts

Shaky hands are not a sign of aging. And a shaky head is not a sure sign of Parkinson’s disease. An involuntary shaking of the hands, head, voice, legs or trunk can be a sign of essential tremor (ET). ET is one of the most common movement disorders in the world, and the most common […]

Categories: ET Awareness, ET News

Sage 324 is an oral investigational drug which is thought to enhance the activity of GABA receptors in the brain tremor, having the potential to modulate electrical fluctuations and reduce the abnormal movements in essential tremor. Listen to this podcast with Helen Colquhoun , VP of Development with Sage Therapeutics.

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