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Doctor insights on: Degradation Of Motor Skills

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What affects the body's motor skills?

What affects the body's motor skills?

Medical illness: Neurological problems like cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, lou Gehrig's disease and some neurological diseases and trauma Chemicals: intoxication, marijuana, inhalants many others ...Read more

Decreasing Motor Skills (Definition)

Degradation of motor skills is a clinical finding in which a person has limits in areas like ...Read more


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What motor skills are required for swimmiing?

Swimming: Ideal Work: Many people can swim regardless of their physical fitness. But, one who is without any muscle or nerve injuries uses most of their muscles to swim. You use your arms, legs buttocks, back and abdominal muscles. You use your neck muscles to turn to breath. But even if one has some weakness or injuries there are ways that being in the water and doing aerobic work helps strengthen muscles. ...Read more

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What are fine and gross motor skills?

What are fine and gross motor skills?

Little vs. big: Fine motor skills involve small movements (fingers, toes, lips, wrists, tongue) such as picking up a raisin, grabbing a cup. Gross motor skills involve larger muscles (arms, legs, trunk, feet) and big movements such as running, jumping, hopping, walking. ...Read more

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Can puberty cause difficulty with your motor skills?

Can puberty cause difficulty with your motor skills?

It shouldn't: Motor skills continue to develop as children mature. There are some sex differences between boys and girls in terms of when certain milestones are reached, but in general, you should not see a deterioration in motor skills because of puberty. If you are noticing problems, then please see your doctor for an evaluation to make sure nothing else is going on. ...Read more

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What is dysautonomia ? what can cause it? does it affect motor skills and balance?

What is dysautonomia ? what can cause it? does it affect motor skills and balance?

Dysautonomia: The Autonomic nervous system controls all of our body functions that we do not have to think of to perform, digestion, blood pressure heart rate breathing, and can affect balance but usually not motor skills. Dysautonomia often presents as poor control of heart rate and blood pressure, easy fatigue, poor exercise toelrance, fainting ...Read more

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Can scoloiss can effect motor skills?

Can scoloiss can effect motor skills?

May or may not: It depends if there is neurologic or musculoskeletal involvement. This is more likely to be a problem the more extensive the scoliosis is ...Read more

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How can we help our son increase his large motor skills?

How can we help our son increase his large motor skills?

Let him play: The best therapy is what comes from within. Showing someone what needs to be done to ride a bike does little good until they hop on and try. Running, climbing, kicking balls all build up motor skills. Many children appear very clumsy at first but over time show remarkable athletic skill. Motivation has to come from within. ...Read more

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Is there a critical age where kids develop their motor skills?

Is there a critical age where kids develop their motor skills?

This is a yes & no: In normal development babies nerves mature enough for the skill to emerge, baby has the requisite nutrition and freedom to move & a skill emerges in a specified sequence.The pattern is head to toe, central to out.If motor nerves were injured, other nerves may come on line for a skill to emerge but may be delayed. Therapy can bring out some but not all skills. ...Read more

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What are motor skills? When do children start to develop them?

What are motor skills? When do children start to develop them?

Movement control: Motor skills are those which allow one to use their voluntary body parts in a coordinated way.Newborns have the motor skills needed to turn their head,lift their head, and suck. They continue to gain control from the top down and center outward until they mature. ...Read more