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Tics - Symptoms

Tics - How to prevent?

Tics - Causes and Risk Factors

Tics - Diagnosis

Tics - Treatments

  • Most children do not require intervention for tics.
  • Intervention is considered when tics affect a child’s movement or speech, relationships e.g. bullying, self-esteem or family life.
  • Behavioural intervention is provided at psychology service for children primary school and above.
  • Paediatric neurologist can prescribe medication for tics when required.

Tics - Preparing for surgery

Tics - Post-surgery care