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RLS: What is Restless Leg Syndrome? Restless Leg Syndrome is a disorder that causes the sufferer to experience uncomfortable sensations in the limbs, most often in the legs, which are alleviated only by moving the affected limbs. It is one of the many issues that fall under the umbrella of Movement Disorders. Anyone can experience [...]
Movement Disorder: Case Study 2 The following is a case involving a female with a non-specific movement disorder: A 21-year-old female was referred by her neurologist for counseling and neurofeedback to treat what he deemed to be a Movement Disorder. She had been having symptoms since she was 5 yrs old and had been to [...]
Parkinson’s Disease: Case Study At age 40 w, Alan began dealing with a frozen shoulder and bouts of depression. After a few years, with worsening and increasing symptoms, his mother suggested he see a doctor about possible Parkinson’s Disease. By this time, his symptoms included problems with gait while walking and an even deeper depression, and this led [...]
Psychogenic Movement Disorder Psychogenic Movement Disorder (PMD) is classified as a Medically Unexplained Symptom (MUS). This condition reveals itself typically as a conversion disorder. A conversion disorder with accompanying psychogenic movements is defined by the DSM-IV as a movement disorder which is not related to organic damage to the nervous system; conversion disorders are considered [...]