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Causes Of Shuffling Gait
Gait is the way locomotion is achieved using our limbs. Gait is defined as "bipedal, biphasic forward propulsion of center of gravity of human body, in which there is alternate movements of different segments of the body" . Different gaits are characterized by differences in limb movement patterns, overall velocity, forces, ...Read more
Possibly: Though there are many other things that a shuffling gait could indicate. If you recently started any new medicine or have other symptoms that are troubling you see your doctor. Parkinson's is characterized by a particular type of tremor, combined with other symptoms such as slowness of movements, gait changes decreased expressiveness of one's face, small handwriting, and certain sleep disturbance. ...Read more
How long does haloperdol remain in system after stopped? Side effects remain shuffling feet, leg weakness
Cannot say in: your particular case, AND... while the medicines blood levels go away in 1 or a few days, it's changes on the control of movement can often be permanent (tardive dyskinesia is the name for the change in movement associated with long term use of haloperidol and similar medications). ...Read more
Am college punter, lateral knee popped while coming down on plant foot with pain but not extreme. Extreme discomfort shuffling to sides or bending ?
I was wondering how long does Haloperidol remain in ur system? My mom was taking it more than 1x a day. A full dose of liquid 4 copd. She shuffles he
Below the knee my legs feel so heavy & are painful, by the afternoon I have to shuffle to walk, no swelling.
Brain MRI findings. Tiny nonspecific periventricular and subcortical white matter. Possiblities mini strokes, vasculaties, ms. I shuffle my feet & drop?
Nonspecific finding: White matter changes that are nonspecific are sometimes over reported or under-reported on MRI studies. They may be misread and really suggest MS, they may be a finding with no clinical relevance. Usually it is the latter. It sounds like the brain MRI did not help that much. So you shuffle your feet and drop? What do you mean by drop? Do you have numbness? Why was the brain MRI done? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A friend 78 years old, shuffles when she walks, stoops, falls for no apparent reason, does not see well after cataract surgery this has all started with in one year. Has short term memory loss
is it parkinson's?
Shuffling Gait (Feet) (Definition)
Shuffling gait is a symptom in which a person, when walking, takes small steps with the front of his feet (or even the entire feet) sliding along on the ground. The person shuffling along may also be leaning forward a bit. Shuffling gait can be due to Parkinson disease, a brain disorder. ...Read more
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