Focal dystonia

What is Focal dystonia?

Focal dystonia is a nuerological condition where a group of muscles involuntary contracts repeatedly, and later looses function. This is more common in skeletal muscles.

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Hi, My name is Elizabeth> I was recently diagnosed with focal dystonia. It is basicaly a "pain in the butt" since that is where my "dystonia" is taking...

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Hi,Welcome to health care magic forum.
You are suffering with focal dystonia, and it is really difficult to treat, and difficult to manage.
I...

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sir i am a graduate. i having heavy pain in my right hand while writing within a minute for last 10 years. i need reason for this problem sir

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dear suresh
whts your age? do you get pain only while writing or doing all works using right hand? ru smoker.. pain is due to reduced blood supply...

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Hi I have focal dystonia in the Left trapezius due to severe multi-level facet joint degenerative change. I was told by a Pain Management...

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Brief Answer:
EMG guidance needed.

Detailed Answer:
Hello and thanks for using HCM.

I have read your question and understand your concerns.

Botox...

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