I too am a nurse ,and was officially diagnosed a few years ago.
I was working in a clinic setting ,doing wound care, in a new job,when the legs started to tremor with such rapidity that I had to back up (with sterile gloves and all ) and lean against the wall.... The poor patient was more worried about me than himself! I had to have another nurse finish the dressing.that was the realization for me I could no longer do bedside type nursing. The universe had made the decision!
I am semi-retired, and now work in remote communities as a visiting home care nurse. This year I am home for 6 weeks and work away for 3.
I adapt my work...pull up a chair to change a dressing, lean against walls.,
It seems that the modifications I employ are subtle, and most people are unaware of my sitting.leaning behaviour.
Not quite ready to hang up the stethoscope.!!!
I have not accepted any medication regimes.....Medications may modify symptoms,but don't resolve the cause, and I am well aware of the many side effects that may occur.