Month: October 2016

A New Non-Invasive Treatment For Essential Tremor

Essential tremor is common, thought to affect 1 in 10 people over the age of 70, and may be severe, causing significant functional disability. It is difficult to treat. Available medications reduce tremor only partly and do not work in a significant number of patients. Further, they may have adverse effects. They include mainly beta-blockers,… Read more »