Movement Disorders Rehabilitation

Movements disorders are clinical, pathologically & genetically a heterogeneous group of disease characterized by impairment of Planning, Control & Execution of moments.
There are two types:
1. HypoKinetic – Slowness of moment & Rigidity. Ex: Parkinson’s Disease

2.Hyperkinetic – Disorders with excessive moments either spontaneous or in response to a volitional moment or to another stimulus. Ex: Dystonia, Chorea, Ballism, Athetosis

Tremors can be either rest or action tremors. Types of Tremors that benefit from the surgery
• Tremors-dominant Parkinson’s Disease
• Essential Tremors
• Post MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Tremor
• Post-Stroke Tremor
• Post-Head Injury Tremor
• Dystonic Tremor

Dystonia is a movement disorder in which a person’s muscles contract uncontrollably. The contraction causes the affected body part to twist involuntarily in repetitive movements or abnormal postures. Dystonia can affect one muscle, a group of muscle or entire body