We frequently hear from people who find themselves overwhelmed by the diagnosis of Tourette syndrome. I’ve developed an article that I hope will serve as a quick reference and can be shared with others who are looking for an introduction to this increasingly common condition.
This message was received from a reader in the UK: I wonder if you could assist with what would be the best option for helping our 7-year-old son. He appears to have tics. Over the […]
It’s great that public awareness of Tourette syndrome has increased in recent years, yet a number of significant misconceptions remain. We’ve touched on some of these in our Dos and Don’ts infographic for the treatment […]
Why the Tourette Syndrome Association Should be Investigated: Special Report March 2015 TSA Sounds Off on Integrative Therapies We completed our 10-part series on why the Tourette Syndrome Association (TSA) should be investigated in June […]
By Ethan’s Mother I hope my good news will encourage others who are faced with symptoms of tic disorders. We found the answers we needed for our boy’s severe tics through Latitudes.org. Not only were […]
A parent reports: My son developed tics while taking his allergy medication fluticasone, a corticosteroid. When he was taken off the drug and switched to ciclesonide, his tics resolved.
I sat down today to write a recap of some of the latest research on Tourette’s. What a bummer! In the last few months there are about 60 published research articles on Tourette syndrome. You […]
David’s dad When we tried to find help for our son David’s Tourette syndrome symptoms we ran the gamut of traditional doctors: pediatrician, pediatric neurologist, and a pediatric psychologist. Finally we sought out an environmental […]