Resources for Healthcare Professionals 

CurePSP is committed to providing resources and information to physicians and allied healthcare professionals regarding prime of life neurodegeneration.

Given the rarity of these neurodegenerative diseases, it is crucial that CurePSP actively reach out to the medical community, not only movement disorder specialists, but various therapy specialties, nurses, social workers and home healthcare workers.

As a healthcare professional, CurePSP hopes that the following links will be helpful to you as you treat your patients and interact with persons affected by these diseases.

 

Articles, documents and publications

The PSP: Some Answers brochure is compiled by CurePSP board member and PSP expert, Dr. Larry Golbe. To view the brochure, click on the image to the left. The CBD: Some Answers brochure is compiled by CurePSP board member and CBD expert, Dr. Larry Golbe. To view the brochure, click on the image to the left.
The MSA: Some Answers brochure is an eleven page booklet compiled by CurePSP board member and MSA expert, Dr. Larry Golbe. To view the brochure, click on the image to the left. CurePSP supports the Mayo Clinic brain bank by financially assisting brain donations. The Mayo Clinic performs autopsies which can provide a sure and final diagnosis of the deceased.
This book is specifically for healthcare professionals, and outlines the various treatments available for symptoms of prime of life brain diseases. If your physician isn’t aware of PSP, ask us to send them this book. This book is our introduction to people unfamiliar with prime of life brain disease. From a real life story, to the tau protein, to research into treatment and a cure, this brochure tells CurePSP’s story.

 

See Also;

 Rating Scale – published by CurePSP’s chair of the Scientific Advisory Board, Dr. Lawrence I. Golbe

PSP Diagnosing SheetIdentification of Common Variants Influencing Risk of the Tauopathy PSP Appearing in Nature Genetics on June 19, 2011.

Postural Imbalance and Falls in PSP Correlate with Functional Pathology of the Thalamus Appearing in Neurology on July 12, 2011. 

Rational Therapeutic Approaches to PSP Appearing in Brain: A Journal of Neurology on May 14, 2010.