Went to my Family Doctor in 2019. OT was not mentioned at the time , as my hips were sore. He sent me for an ultrasound. The Ultrasound showed some minor fluid build up on one hip. As the months went on, the hips got better and the tremors got worse. I basically consulted "Dr Google "and came across the OT condition which checked all the boxes in my case. I was set to see the Family GP in April, but COVID changed it to a phone consult. Based on what he observed in 2019, and further input I gave him , my medical record now reads that I have OT. This was more for insurance purposes down the road in the event I can no longer do my job. Truthfully, I don't think he knew much about OT. I don't think there is any point in me seeing a Neurologist as I'm sure, when and if, I choose to take medication down the road, the Family GP could prescribe it . At this point , I am managing OK and I try to avoid situations where I have to stand for anything over a minute. I'm only 58 and I hope to work until age 65. What a strange condition this is ! Lucky us!