Presenter: Sheila Rogers DeMare
Tourette Syndrome was described in a professional publication as one of the “most mysterious medical curiosities on the planet. To date, the primary research has focused on genetics along with disappointing attempts to find suitable drug therapies. Yet for decades, patients have reported that they have noticed an association between tics and allergic, dietary, and environmental triggers. Tonight we will explore some of these triggers.
Sheila Rogers DeMare is the director of the Association for Comprehensive NeuroTherapy. She is a leader in the field of integrative therapies for Neuropsychiatric disorders. A national speaker on Tourette syndrome she is the co-author of the study “Nutritional supplements and complementary/alternative medicine in Tourette syndrome” (J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol).