Dr. Michelle Troche’s Interview at the 2016 CurePSP East Coast Family Conference

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Dr. Michelle Troche Interviewed at the 2016 CurePSP East Coast Family Conference

During an interview at the 2016 CurePSP East Coast Family Conference, Dr. Michelle Troche discussed the importance of family conferences and education in the management of swallowing disorders associated with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. CurePSP sponsors and organizes family conferences, on the national level, to inform the community about PSP, CBD and MSA. Neurologists and movement disorder specialists that work directly with patients and their families, offer in-the-field expertise at the events. Dr. Michelle Troche, along with other experts, discussed issues related to day-to-day life including the best ways to manage symptoms, the impact of the diseases on the family, and how to cultivate a perspective of meaning and joy despite the struggles of the disease. To learn more about CurePSP visit: http://www.psp.org/

To watch the full interview with Dr. Trouche: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlz5sxg7BOc