Movement disorders present as difficulties in moving arms, legs or any other part of the body. Movement disorders affect ease of mobility, self care activities, comfort and function. They are typically seen with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injuries, and neurological problems. Spasticity is the most common movement disorder. A wide variety of treatment options are available for patients with movement disorders including oral medications, intramuscular injections, referral for surgical procedures, adaptive equipment and rehabilitation therapies.
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