Professor Stephen Jackson & Dr Barbara Morera appear on a BBC Radio 4 program about Tourette Syndrome

June 8, 2022

During a BBC Radio 4 program broadcast on 31st May, the presenter Aidy Smith,  described his own journey through childhood to adult hood living with Tourette Syndrome.

As part of the program, he spent some time with Professor Stephen Jackson (founder of Neurotherapeutics Ltd) and Dr Barbara Morera (Head of Research Neurotherapeutics Ltd) talking about the research in Median Nerve Stimulation to help reduce an individuals urge to tic. During the interview Aidy tried the stimulation and was amazed at the positive impact it had on his urge to tic and gave him a very relaxed feeling with no tics. 

You can listen to the broadcast on, the interview with the Neupulse team is 22mins and 54 seconds into the program.

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