Tag Archives: focal hand dystonia

05Jan/14

Dystonia — facing the world

Dystonia — the term used to describe uncontrollable and sometimes painful muscle spasms caused by incorrect signals from the brain. It is estimated to affect at least 70,000 people in the UK; Dystonia Society — has varying impactRead More…

29Sep/13

Chronic pain to #dystonia: how physiotherapy can target cortical reorganisation – speaking this week at BNN Conference

I am delighted to be speaking at the British Neurotoxin Network conference this coming week, giving an opportunity to talk about how we can target the higher centres with wise action and therapy for dystonia. TheRead More…

16May/13

2nd Report from the 2nd International Congress on Treatment of Dystonia | Musician’s Cramp

Of the many interesting topics covered at the congress, the talk by Laurent Boullet stood out. He is a Belgian concert painist who experienced focal hand dystonia himself. Now Laurent works with muscians who also suffer focalRead More…