Movement disorders

The ability to move—and move easily—is something most of us take for granted. But movement is actually a complex process requiring several different parts of the brain to work together with many muscle groups.

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People with movement disorders can experience involuntary movement such as tremor, abnormal posture, slowness, walking difficulty, and stiffness due to neurological conditions.
More than 30 different diseases are identified as neurological movement disorders. These disorders, which include Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, and dystonia, range from mild to severe.
While symptoms vary widely, the disorders are often progressive, increasing in severity over time. Nearly 40 million people in the U.S. have movement disorder of some type.
While many movement disorders are not life threatening, patients are significantly impacted in their ability to function well and live independently. Depression and other mental problems can coexist.

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Most movement disorders are not curable, although treatment may slow or decrease symptoms. Compassionate Caregivers Home Care is a licensed provider of the Delay the Disease Program Our employees have been specially trained in the Delay the Disease Program and can help your loved one slow the progression of the disease through participating in specially designed care plans specific to your disease. Citations 

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