Management of NPH

Diagnosing normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) can be frustrating. Symptoms of gait disturbance, mild dementia and poor bladder control occur with other health conditions that affect people over 60. These conditions may also coexist with hydrocephalus, creating a challenge to clear and accurate diagnosis and making treatment difficult.


Life-Threatening Symptoms


Manage your normal pressure hydrocephalus by being well informed and staying vigilant about complications. With a complex condition like NPH it’s sometimes difficult to discern between a routine medical issue and a life threatening symptom.

Community Portals

Hydrocephalus Volunteer

Visit our community portals for age and life stage specific resources.



View our publications for help proactively managing issues that accompany normal pressure hydrocephalus including gait disturbance, mild dementia, poor bladder control, headaches, vision problems, hospitalization, and other ongoing challenges.



Be informed and current about normal pressure hydrocephalus by tuning into interactive, free webinars on a variety of topics.

Hydrocephalus Resource Library (HRL)


Find educational articles about a variety of topics related to normal pressure hydrocephalus.

Physicians Directories


Connect with the right healthcare professional to ensure excellent care for all of your clinical needs. We offer Physician Directories as a resource for both families and clinicians.

Other Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Resources


Reach out to other organizations and hospitals for valuable information and support for individuals living with chronic medical conditions.

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