Tremor News

Pakistan’s first indigenously built smart watch for tremor patients

30 Oct 2015

A Pakistani start-up company has built a smart watch for tremor patients, which will help them in diagnosing the severity of the disease and also judge the impact of prescribed medication.  The device tracks tremor patterns via kinetic sensors and transmits the data to a smartphone through Bluetooth.

Pakistan Today

Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center Studying Focused Ultrasound To Treat Essential Tremor

7 Oct 2015

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is one of six locations nationally – and the only one in the Midwest – studying the safety and effectiveness of a promising new technology using MR-guided focused ultrasound to treat patients suffering from essential tremor as part of a multi-center FDA trial.  The technology is a new treatment option for older patients who are not good candidates for traditional DBS pacemaker surgery in which tiny electrodes are surgically implanted into the brain and connected to a small pacemaker-like device that has been implanted into the chest wall, Krishna said. The pacemaker delivers electrical signals that regulate abnormal brain activity, alleviating disabling symptoms, such as tremors, and restoring function. The clinical trial is scheduled to conclude in December 2016.

Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Neurological condition probably caused medieval scribe’s shaky handwriting

6 Oct 2015

Scribes usually have pretty good handwriting. That’s not the case for one prolific 13th century writer known to scholars only as the Tremulous Hand of Worcester. Now scientists suggest the writer suffered from a neurological condition called essential tremor. 

Science News

Lord Julian Fellowes, new Honorary President of the National Tremor Foundation (NTF)

15 Sep 2015

We are very pleased to announce that Lord Julian Fellowes has kindly agreed to become Honorary President of the National Foundation (NTF), a role that he is delighted and honoured to accept.

Orthostatic Tremor: Imagine Being Able to Walk, but Not Stand

1 Sep 2015

September is Orthostatic Tremor Awareness Month. Orthostatic Tremor (OT) is an extremely rare, misdiagnosed and undiagnosed disorder affecting adults in midlife, worldwide, in a very life-limiting way. People with OT are unable to stand, but are able to walk.

Charity calls for greater recognition of 'essential tremor' as a disability

13 Aug 2015

A charity for people who have uncontrollable shaking is calling for the condition to be given greater recognition as a disability.

BBC News

GyroGlove inventor: the inspiration behind our tremor-reducing glove

23 Jul 2015

In this exclusive interview the creator of a tremor-reducing glove talks about the innovative invention that has the potential to transform millions of lives

Parkinson's Life - EPDA's online magazine

Gyenno Technologies seeking crowdfunding for GYENNO Spoon

22 Jun 2015

Gyenno Technologies seeking crowdfunding for the GYENNO spoon. The GYENNO Spoon is smart tableware device, offsetting 85% of unwanted tremors. As a result, users of the spoon will find eating to be a simpler, intuitive experience, resulting in less embarrassment, more convenience, and increase confidence. 

GYENNO Technologies CO., LTD