October 31, 2017
Tardive Dyskinesia: Power in the Diagnosis
Living with the Impact of Tardive Dyskinesia
Tardive Dyskinesia, or TD, is a late-onset movement disorder that affects multiple parts of the body but, most frequently, the face. Tardive dyskinesia is an unpredictable consequence of long-term treatment with antipsychotics. It is crucial to see a specialist and get properly diagnosed in order to get help in managing your TD.
If you are experiencing uncontrolled movements, you may have tardive dyskinesia (TD). Although the symptoms of TD may appear to be purely physical, they can have a serious impact on your emotional state, your daily routine, and your relationships. TD is personal, and your treatment needs are unique.
Find support for your personal TD journey. Register to receive updates, educational resources, and additional information at www.tardiveimpact.com.
We are joined by Dr. Sivan Kinberg, Director of the Pediatric Intestinal Rehabilitation Center at Columbia University in New York, to learn about the importance of fatty acids and calories in parenteral nutrition.