WHAT IS BEST REHABILITATION FOR BENT SPINE SYNNDROME(CAMPTOCORMIA)? ARE BACK
ARE BACK MUSCLES PULLING SPINE FORWARD
OR IS SPINE PULLING MUSCLES FORWARD???
Parkinson's may cause camptocormia as well.
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Bent spine syndrome or camptocormia causes are considered as primary causes ( psychological, idiopathic axial myopathy ) and as secondary ( inflammatory myopathies, endocrine and metabolic myopathies, and Parkinson's disease ).
In all the cases, there is a problem with paravertebral, axial musculature.
Camptocormia in Parkinsonism for example is caused by axial musculature dystonia.
In your case Parkinson's disease is very likely to be the cause of camptocormia.
Treatment consists on a balanced diet, loosing weight ( if it's the case ), avoiding bed rest, walking with a cane or walker is encouraged, physical therapy, use of lightweight orthroses, if there is hyperactivity of the abdominal muscles injections of Botox into the rectus abdominis muscle may help.
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QUESTION, WHAT IS LIGHTWEIGHT ORTHOSIS??? ALSO, IN CAMPTOCORMIA, ARE THE BACK MUSCLES PULLING THE SPINE FORWARD OR IS THE SPINE PULLING THE BACK MUSCLES FORWARD???
Orthroses are external body supports/devices.
Lightweight orthroses are external body ( trunk ) supports/ devices that tend to adjust posture passively.
In general, the paravertebral muscles ( around the spine ) are weak and abdominal muscles pull the spine forwards.
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