How Fereidoon Ghasri Found Hope with FUS treatment at Sheba Medical Center
Ghasri recalls, “It was devastating. I was forced to abandon my future, my career. I was a young man starting life, and the illness changed all my plans. Over the next 30 years, I tried it all – examinations, treatments, medications – everything that medicine could offer. But nothing helped and the tremor only got worse over time. Finally, it reached the point where I couldn’t even hold a fork or spoon.”
Fereidoon “Feri” Ghasri is now 62 years old. When he was 27, a tremor appeared in his right hand. At the time, Peri was in the midst of his engineering studies and was about to marry. The tremor grew to the point that he became unable to draw and had to drop out of engineering school.
Eventually, Feri immigrated to Israel from his native Persia. Feri began to compensate by using his left hand, which still had a tremor, but to a much lesser degree than his right hand. Feri had several family members – his father, uncle, and cousins – who also suffered from this illness. While it manifested in older age for his relatives, Feri showed signs when much younger.
Struggling with Essential Tremor
“I encourage anyone suffering from essential tremor to undergo this treatment. It opens up the world for you. Undoubtedly, Sheba Medical Center is THE place to go when you decide to regain control of your body and your life.”