Movement Disorders

Each body movement, from raising a hand to grinning, includes a complex connection between the Central Nervous system (mind and spinal cord), nerves, and muscles. Destruction of any of these segments may bring about a movement disorders. Depending on the nature and location damage or malfunction, different types of movement disorders can form such as damage to the part of brain that controls voluntary movements, damage to the basal ganglia or damage to cerebellum. 

  • Parkinson’s diseases
  • Dystonia
  • Cervical Dystonia
  • Huntington Disease
  • Diagnosis of Movement disorder
  • Coordination Disorders

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