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Our Savior's to host February 18 benefit concert - hngnews.com



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Our Savior's to host February 18 benefit concert 
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Spasmodic dysphonia belongs to a family of neurological disorders called dystonias. A dystonia is a movement disorder that causes muscles to contract and spasm involuntarily. Dystonias can be generalized, affecting the entire body, or focal, affecting ...

 


Pyridostigmine treatment reverses pediatric complications of botulinum toxin therapy - Science Daily



Pyridostigmine treatment reverses pediatric complications of botulinum toxin therapy 
Science Daily
It blocks the nerves that control muscle tone, causing muscles to relax, making it a useful tool for neurologists and otolaryngologists who treat a group of nerve disorders called dystonias -- problems with muscle tone -- that affect the head and neck ...

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Botulinum Toxin Market to Witness Comprehensive Growth by 2025 - Chicago Evening Post



Botulinum Toxin Market to Witness Comprehensive Growth by 2025 
Chicago Evening Post
Ever since, botulinum toxins continue to play a key role in the management of a wide range of medical conditions, especially hemifacial spasm, focal dystonias and strabismus, several spastic movement disorders, hyperhidrosis, hypersalivation, headaches ...

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Physicians use pyridostigmine to reverse pediatric complications from botulinum toxin therapy - News-Medical.net



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Physicians use pyridostigmine to reverse pediatric complications from botulinum toxin therapy 
News-Medical.net
It blocks the nerves that control muscle tone, causing muscles to relax, making it a useful tool for neurologists and otolaryngologists who treat a group of nerve disorders called dystonias -- problems with muscle tone -- that affect the head and neck ...

 


Runner's Dystonia: Mysterious Malady Causes Mind and Muscle to Lose Touch - Runner's World



Runner's World
 
Runner's Dystonia: Mysterious Malady Causes Mind and Muscle to Lose Touch 
Runner's World
Eventually, they all received the same diagnosis: runner's dystonia, a rare movement disorder that tends to affect the muscles in one leg. Essentially, brain signals controlling the muscles needed for running spill over into surrounding areas ...

 


Managing Dystonia With Noninvasive Brain Stimulation: Therapy Update - Neurology Advisor



Neurology Advisor
 
Managing Dystonia With Noninvasive Brain Stimulation: Therapy Update 
Neurology Advisor
Symptoms of dystonia, a movement disorder featuring involuntary muscle contractions, abnormal postures, and accompanying nonmotor symptoms, were first thought to originate in the brainstem, as deep brain stimulation (DBS) studies showed that ...

 


Dystonia brain disorder has changed the lives of 70000 people in the UK but there's no cure - The Sunday Post



The Sunday Post
 
Dystonia brain disorder has changed the lives of 70000 people in the UK but there's no cure 
The Sunday Post
DECIDING to have two holes drilled in your skull and electrodes implanted in the middle of your brain isn't something you do lightly. But Carole Thorpe-Gunner felt it was her only remaining option. Carole is one of 70,000 people in the UK living with ...

 


Understanding Movement Disorders: What Are Dystonias? - PsychCentral.com (blog)



PsychCentral.com (blog)
 
Understanding Movement Disorders: What Are Dystonias? 
PsychCentral.com (blog)
Dystonias may be painful and often include other neurological impairments or abnormal postures and tremors. Unfortunately, doctors are unsure of what causes dystonias exactly, but have identified a few possible causes. Dystonias can result from ...

 


Neurologist rejoins Wheeling Hospital staff - Martins Ferry Times Leader



Martins Ferry Times Leader
 
Neurologist rejoins Wheeling Hospital staff 
Martins Ferry Times Leader
Adamovich, who is located in Tower 1, has expertise with the following neurological disorders: epilepsy; neuromuscular disorders (diseases of muscles and nerves); stroke; traumatic brain Injury; headache; migraine Headaches; dystonias; dementia ...

 


Why Do Athletes Get the 'Yips'? - Healthline



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Why Do Athletes Get the 'Yips'? 
Healthline
The Dystonia Society defines dystonia as a neurological movement disorder in which ?faulty signals from the brain cause muscles to spasm and pull on the body incorrectly.? Molinaro pointed out that most golfers who develop the yips are those who have ...