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movement disorders

"Things don't necessarily happen for the best, but some people are able to make the best of things that happen."

-Tal Ben-Shahar

movement disorders

Movement disorders are a group of neurological conditions that affect movement and muscle control. Movement disorders fall into two broad categories; either too much movement (hyperkinetic) or too little movement (hypo kinetic). They can cause a wide range of symptoms, including tremors, muscle stiffness, difficulty with balance and coordination, and difficulty with fine motor skills. Some common examples of movement disorders include Parkinson's, essential tremor, dystonia, ataxia

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Movement disorders can be attributed to a wide range of potential mechanisms. We live in a world where niching down to the most minuscule of things has become the standard of healthcare. What this leads to is a patient that has to bounce around from one provider to the next to try and unravel the web of chronic illness in hopes that all those providers are collaborating behind the scenes in order to find a solution. How often do you think

that actually happens? 

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Download our free guide

We are actively working on creating free pdf downloads for patients just like you to be able to go through and learn more about whatever condition you are struggling with. If you aren interested and would like to be notified as soon as this guide becomes available click the link below. 

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The prevalence of all common categories of movement disorders was 28.0%


We have seen patients just like you. Don't believe us, check out our patient success stories to hear from patients just like you and the results they were able to achieve at Peak Brain Performance Centers

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movement disorders masterclass

We are also actively working on creating online courses that will go through the Doctor's entire thought process when working with a patient who is struggling with headaches/migraines. If this sounds like something you'd be interested in click the button below. 

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