Dystonia is a muscle-control disorder that causes involuntary actions such as slow repetitive movements, abnormal postures, or muscle tremors. While the cause remains unclear, it is often attributed to the damage of the brain’s basal ganglia, neurotransmitters, or motor cortex. Dystonia can be grouped into three categories: idiopathic, genetic, and acquired.
- Cramped feet
- Turning or dragging of feet
- Reduced motor coordination
- Uncontrolled neck movement
- Rapid blinking
- Involuntary muscle tremors
- Development of speech impediments
Over the years, we have used stem cell therapy programs to successfully treat many patients who have suffered from various forms of dystonia.