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When our movements are not well coordinated, we are clumsy. We may drop things, run into doors, or have trouble getting projects done that require coordination of our movements. Some people are just clumsier than others. However, if someone is not usually clumsy and now starts having trouble with hand movements, walking or other movements, a visit to the ...Read more
Training: Anything you do a lot, you get a lot better at. ...Read more
I have cspine stenosis c6/7 with bilateral weak arms clumsy hands weakness in legs unable to walk fast a change of gait can surgery help?
Yes: you describe both radicular and myleopathic symptoms if you have central canal stenosis with cord compression the natural course of symptomatic cervical myleopathy is progressive worsening with lower extremity envolvement conservative care is not appropriate in my opinion big question is this foraminal or central canal stenosis? Symptomatic central canal stenosis is best treated surgically ...Read more
I'm only 24 and my memory is failing. I constantly forget important things and its getting me into trouble at work. Plus i'm so clumsy.?
U need to see U PCP : For evaluation and work up.Get a more detailed answer ›
Lidocaine jelly: Local Lidocaine jelly helps with the pain of minor scrapes and cuts, calendula ointment helps with healing. Any cut beneath the skin level, any infection (redness, swelling, worsening pain, purulence or drainage) need to see your doctor right away. Unusual for people to cut themselves a lot, may need some workup to find out why this is happening to you. ...Read more
Some people do: Clumsiness may be due to muscular weakness, gross of fine motor coordination difficulties, visuomotor integrations difficulties, sensory input problems, vestibular or balance difficulties.. As the brain matures sometimes better motor control and inhibition develop, in other cases neuropsychological or neurological assessment may lead to recommendations for pt or ot. ...Read more
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