Treatment of Movement Disorders
Movement disorders are conditions that tamper with the quality and speed of your movement. They may have resulted from a malfunction or damage in your central nervous system consisting of the spinal cord and the brain. Together with the peripheral nerves, the central nervous system makes it possible to quickly move your hand from hot cookers and even enables you to put a smile on your face whenever your eyes are attracted to nice things.
A team can treat Falls Church movement disorders with experienced neurologists available. At our center, we have adopted technology in the evaluation, treatment, and creation of convenient plans to deal with symptoms, thus making the treatment effective and very convenient for you. We have specialized in different kinds of movement disorders and have well-trained and experienced caregivers who will help you in your healing process.
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Types of movement disorders.
The central nervous system has many parts and hence a higher chance of suffering from movement disorders in case a malfunction or damage occurs. There are many types of movement disorders that are as listed below:
- Wilson’s disease
- Tourette’s syndrome
- Restless leg syndrome
- Progressive supranuclear palsy
- Huntington’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple system atrophies
Above all these types, there are two types of movement disorders that are very common, that is, dystonia and spasticity, which are the major movement disorders.
This is a type of disorder that affects muscles and is caused by a collapse of the basal ganglia that control the coordination of movements. In case the basal ganglia are damaged or crushed, it may lead to this disorder. They cause abnormal postures and even bring along twisting and contraction of muscles. Dystonia is not deadly, although it affects one’s quality of life.
This disorder makes muscles rigid or rather stiff, making movement difficult due to the increase of abnormal contraction of muscles. The spinal cord and the brain have the responsibility to control voluntary movement, and hence their damage leads to spasticity. Spasticity can cause a reduction in range of motion or frozen joints. Most spasticity cases have been caused by cerebral palsy.
Treatment of movement disorders.
Specialists at Integrated Neurology Services come up with a treatment plan for these disorders depending on the type that you have, your age, the state of your condition, and the particular cause of the disorder. Treatment plans are several and may include:
- Occupational therapy
- Oral medication
- Physical therapy
- Intravenous infusions
The neurologists work hand-in-hand with you to come up with a strategy that raises your life’s quality as well as symptoms.
Talk to Integrated Neurology Services Today.
Movement disorders can result in severe repercussions on your health if left untreated; unfortunately, they are common to all age groups and genders. Luckily, the neurologists at Integrated Neurology have treatment plans and options that are readily available for you.
If you are experiencing any signs or symptoms of movement disorders, contact Integrated Neurology Services to discuss your concerns with the experts. It is also possible to request an appointment via booking tools that are provided online. Don’t let any movement disorder derail your way of life; let us help you out today.