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Muscle Tension Dysphonia
If you have functional dysphonia or muscle tension dysphonia and have a unilateral botox injection.What is likely outcome?
Usually improved: Botox works to paralyze the overly active muscle, hopefully restoring the voice to more normal parameters. It will never be totally normal and of course, the Botox will wear off after some weeks which means one will need another injection. But it can work near miracles in properly selected patients! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Possibly: If the dysphonia interrupts the mechanics of inspiration or expiration in any way, one could note shortness of breath even with healthy lungs. ...Read more
I had LPR reflux now ENT told i hve muscle tension dysphonia i gets pain while talking what too do?
Varies on location: It depends on the muscle and it reference zone. The small needle is advanced according to the meridians of chinese acupuncture. These include the 12 main meridians plus their inner pathways and the 8 extra meridians. Usually no more than 1-2 inches, could be less or more depending on the amount of tissue over the site you are aiming for. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Muscle Relaxants: Commonly used centrally acting muscle relaxants includes baclofen, carisoprodol, cyclobenzaprine, metaxalone, and methocarbamol. While the benzodiazepines have some skeletal muscle relaxant properties, their basic underlying pharmacological effect is to reduce anxiety through their sedative action. ...Read more
Relaxation technique: Identifying muscle tension as stress related means you're already on track to a solution. It is a matter of finding the relaxation technique that works for /appeals to you. Simple stretching the involved muscle may help if done slow and gently. Try warming the muscle first. Yoga is a personal favorite. Breathing exercises are helpful. Methodically tensing and releasing the muscle may help. ...Read more
Experience: Hello: these professionals have vast training that in china require seven years of classroom and clinical training to achieve their professional stature. They know how deep the needle should be placed based on experience. Best regards: mark reed, dpm www.Footpain.Org. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any doctors out there familiar with the " Ashton Manual" regarding Bezos as the answers I got regarding muscle tension were in correct ?
Sudden extreme lightheadedness, hot feeling and violently shaky w/ muscle tension. Comes out of nowhere. Almost pass out but make it to the ground. ??
ER: Go to ER for exam to make sure nothing serious ...Read more
Spine nerve irritate: Spinal nerve root irritation always causes muscle spasms. If the pain is primarily due to nerve damage, there are symptoms of pins and needles, numbness, burning, shooting and sharp pains. If the pain is due to nerve irritation with predominant muscle spasm, the pain is usually aching, cramping, dull, and the muscles are stiff and tight.You will need to be evaluated by your family doctor and a. ...Read more
Yes to some extent: It sooths the muscles and helps them relax reducing tension. ...Read more
Your stretching: Your muscle and hence reducing the tension... ...Read more
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