Resources for Healthcare Professionals
CurePSP is committed to providing resources and information to physicians and allied healthcare professionals regarding progressive supranuclear palsy, corticobasal degeneration and multiple system atrophy. Given the rarity of these neurodegenerative diseases, education of the medical community is critical, with the aims of decreasing delay to diagnosing and improving quality of care.
Centers of Care
The CurePSP Center of Care network was established in 2017 with the goal of connecting people diagnosed with progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), corticobasal degeneration (CBD) and multiple system atrophy (MSA) to the best possible clinical care to support their disease management and quality of life. Medical centers have been designated a CurePSP Center of Care through eligibility criteria centered around leadership in specialized therapies and treatment options, comprehensive support services and clinical research dedicated to PSP, CBD and MSA. There are currently 28 CurePSP Centers of Care in the United States and 2 in Canada, and CurePSP aims to expand this foundational care network in the coming years.
CurePSP offers a variety of educational resources to community members and healthcare professionals, available upon request, at no cost. They can be viewed online and printed, or you can request a packet of printed materials to be mailed to you.
Best Practices in the Clinical Management of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy and Corticobasal Syndrome: A Consensus Document of the CurePSP Centers of Care published in Frontiers of Neurology in July 2021
Rating Scale published by CurePSP’s chair of the Scientific Advisory Board, Dr. Lawrence I. Golbe
A Clinician’s Guide to Progressive Supranuclear Palsy published by CurePSP’s chair of Scientific Advisory Board, Dr. Lawrence I. Golbe
Identification 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.