My Neurologist says PSP. I say wait a sec.
After two visits to a Body movement disorder clinic I was identified with PSP.
How? Why? All studies I have done indicate the major signal for identifying PSP is Eye movements.
My family, friends and my Optometrist have all assured me that I do not display any unique of strange eye movements.
I certainly agree that I have something that creates balance problems.
On the second visit my Neuro had another Doctor with him. Near the end of the session my Neuro motioned the other doctor to come over to where I was sitting. He pointed to my forehead and said something to the effect "do you see that crease? "It is a sure sign of eye lifting".
The other Doctor said nothing, My Neuro sat down and wrote "PSP" Parkinson "Plus"and gave me a prescription for Dopamine.
After taking DOPAMINE. (Levoda/Carbidopa) my life has improved greatly. I can walk around the house with comparative ease and without a cane.
I was bit confused as to what he meant by PSP. However researching the internet has really given me food for thought.
I visit him again in about two weeks and I think I either want a full explanation or a second opinion.