Occupational therapists are one of the most recent rehab services to start treatment for children and adults with Tourette Disorder. In 2013, Occupational Therapist, Jan Rowe, released a research study on the effectiveness of the Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention of Tics/Tourette (CBIT). You can find the promising research results at:
Currently, this service is being offered at the UF Center for Movement Disorder and Neurorestoration. Please contact us for more information about the treatment.
Call 352-294-5400 or use this UF Health web form to request an appointment.