Newly Diagnosed Links

Current Clinical Trials

For a current list of available clinical trials in CANADA (sourced from the National Institutes of Health website,, please click on the following links:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
Corticobasal Degeneration
Multiple System Atrophy


Local Support Groups

Local support groups can provide a sense of community, practical daily living tips, and connection to local resources.


Online Support Groups

Support groups are safe and dedicated spaces to connect with and learn from individuals and families living with PSP, CBD and MSA.


Smart Patient Forum

CurePSP is proud to partner with Smart Patients. This interactive forum offers a virtual space for patients and families to share stories, ask questions and offer insights and recommendations.

The Rossy PSP Centre, Toronto Ontario

Welcome to the Rossy Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) Centre. A highly specialized team of healthcare professionals conducting intensive clinical care and research in order to advance knowledge of PSP and related disorders.


Why am I referred to the Rossy PSP Centre?

As a patient diagnosed with PSP or a related disorder, we believe is important that you receive specialized care. As part of our program you are moving knowledge forward and contributing to advancements in the field.

What happens at my appointment?

Our team will assess the state of your condition and conduct other specific tests such as a memory test or collect bio-samples such as a blood test. These assessments will provide a full clinical picture to help the doctors understand you and your condition better.

When and where will my appointments be?

Your appointments will be at the Movement Disorders Clinic at Toronto Western Hospital, scheduled for every 6 months. Virtual/remote appointments via Ontario Telehealth Network may be an option.

Is there anything extra that I must do?

There is nothing extra that you must do as a patient of our program. However, if there are questionnaires or tests you are asked to complete ahead of time, it is recommended that you do so before your appointment so that we are able to provide you with the proper care.

PSP Appointments: Please call Tel: (416) 603 6422

Questions about the program: Please call Puja Bhakta Tel: (416) 603-5800 ext. 5234


Mailing Address:

Toronto Western Hospital - Rossy Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Centre

399 Bathurst St. Movement Disorders Clinic, McLaughlin Wing 7th floor

Toronto, ON M5T 2S8

Tel: (416) 603 6422

Fax: (416) 603 5004

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