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Movement Help Aug 24
is the third most common muscle disorder. Here’s how the condition can be treated.
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The Persistent Worldsmith Aug 23
The physical nature of my disorder takes its toll, but the mental health aspect has to be worse. I try to accept that / is me now, but thinking about the loss of self is still painful. Remember to reach out to your friends with , folks. They need you.
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KAWilliams 3h
Any suggestions for relieving in your foot/toes? I use toe/feet stretchers, comfortable shoes, get massages, but damned foot cramps cramps cramps. Any suggestions gladly heard.
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Wolf Puppi Aug 17
Replying to @SpeakerShinjini
Agreed! I was dismissed and NOT EXAMINED by DRs who assumed it was “in my head”, said I was “too young” to have complaints. Now we know I went undiagnosed with a Neurological Movement Disorder called which can affect ANY age. I want to teach people to listen better!
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NatureRevDisPrimers Aug 21
For an overview on (a neurological condition characterized by abnormal involuntary movements or postures), look no further than our illustrated PrimeView
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DEcommuter 2h
The only way anyone is taking my smartphone from me is to pry it from my cold clammy decaying hand! ()
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Daniel Odom 13h
is pretty good again today! I played a game with some friends all afternoon, and I plan to do art in the morning. Not sure whether I will do an oil painting or a large ink. Keep fingers crossed that my pain stays at acceptable levels for a while!
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Neurodegen Disease May 27
Update on current and emerging therapies for
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André Picard Apr 23
55% of kids with live in . The most common cause is but there are many reasons - Dr. Darcy Fehlings of
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Terri Aug 10
I have dyslexia, ADHD, and inherited with dystonic tremors. If I can get thur 2 BA degrees and one MA degree then so can you. Sadly, do to DBS placement I have no visual memory, no visual imagination, and no conscious recall.
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Ina Apr 1
, , , You can do anything Life is a climb but the view is great
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James Sutliff ♿️ Aug 2
Not bad strength 💪🏻 for a mong ♿️🤣 Stacking it, doing high reps for fun 🏋🏻‍♂️🦍💪🏼
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MDS Feb 7
'Dystonia: Essential Facts for Patients' is available in over 30 languages. Download on the MDS website at .
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Movement Disorders Clinical Practice Apr 29
The use of handcuffs to self protect patients with is a hallmark for Lesch-Nyhan syndrome.
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Simonyan Lab Jun 12
Happening now at W238 - The Structural Connecte of Isolated Task-Specific Focal
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RIAMDublin May 9
Brass & Woodwind musicians needed for research
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Lucy Clapham Apr 23
My nearly caused a car crash today. Lady driving would not stop staring at me. I know I walk funny but eyes on the road please!
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Green Mountain Medical May 1
Cannabinoids Seen to Ease Motor Symptoms Like Dystonia in Early-onset Patients tps://twitter.com/ANA_LLC
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Abhimanyu Mahajan May 28
“Positive connectivity to the cerebellum and negative connectivity to the somatosensory cortex were specific markers for cervical dystonia..” Fantastic work by ⁦⁩, ⁦⁩ and colleagues in ⁦
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Don't Pass The Buck Mar 11
Low Tech Family Time Non Verbal Purposeful movement makes Alfie is learning to accept that doing as little as possible during the fun stuff, keeps him comfortable. Save it for sessions
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