What is Movement Disorder?
Dyskinesia or “movement disorder” is a group of neurological problems characterized by involuntary movements, which can occur continuously or sporadically. Unconscious movement can affect the arms, legs, head and even the trunk. They can cause varying degrees of disability and seriously affect a person’s quality of life.
Main diseases that alter movements:
There are many treatments for movement disorders. Some are curable, others, such as genetics and neurodegeneratives, can be controlled or have their symptoms minimized. The treatment strategy is always personalized, taking into account the condition and characteristics of each patient.