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Neurological Motor Skills Tests Of The Hands For Brain
I have very poor fine motor skills: my hand writing is terrible, im awkward with my hands and its very frustrating. Is there a medical cause for this?
Yes, need specialist: Fine motor skills generally involves proper use of fingers in conjunction with the eyes and the brain. The problem described requires a careful history by a knowledgable physician. For example your age, is it new, is it progressive, is it lifelong, is it a problem developed after head trauma etc. You need a fine neurologist. Allow me to refer you to a 'colleague', dr. Arielle kurzweil. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Facial numbness and speech slurred more hand motor skills lost i.e writing, using a spatula,ect. Is there a degenerative disorder that can cause this?
Possibly: These symptoms can be sign serous neurologic problem. You should be evaluated as soon as possible! ...Read more
What is the name of that disease where you lose all your motor skills and their hand shakes uncontrollably?
I've been having yearly episodes it seems with me blacking out & being numb on 1 side of my body for a month & loss of hand motor skills , ect.
See your doctor : These aren't normal so you need to talk to your family doctor first to see what type of workup you need and how to stop them. Good luck. ...Read more
Left arm feels weird alot. Both my hands feel weird like my motor skills are off when I am doing simple activities. Been studding alot. Pls not als?
Please tell me will neurofeedback help with aspergers like motor skills and hand eye coordination?
I don't know of any: studies on this topic but it is a good idea to have a session w/a neurofeedback professional and ask him/her the same question. Your doc or state psychological association can help w/referrals. Peace and good health. ...Read more
No proven benefit: There are no randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled studies to support the claims of those who provide NFB to older kids & teens with Autistic Spectrum Disorder Level 1 & average or above IQ's. EEG Biofeedback has been used since the 70's. When kids with ASD/ADHD relax & focus on 2-dimensional figures on a screen, a preferred activity, they do well. It doesn't generalize outside the lab. ...Read more
Cts release both hands 2011. Fingers improved but radiating pain in wrists and forearms.
Is this normal/ when will it improve? Diminished strength in both hands and fine motor skills poor...Still can't open water
bottle, thread needles, pick up small item
If : If you had severe cts you may find that while your sensation improved you lost muscle tiissue. This is a common complaint as once the muscle tissue is lost from carpal tunnel it may not return or return only partially. While sensation may also subjectivley improve, in sever cases there may be incomplete returtn and small object are still dififcult. One measure of the ability to discern small objects is called two point discrimination and your may still be elveated despite being better than before the surgery. Other issues suchas arthritis, trigger fingers, tenindonitis can affectyour hands too and too often people think that it is all due to cts and will all go away with surgery . In these cases while surgery may partially improve a severe carpal tunnle, it doesnt stop arthritis, overuse and tendonitis. Id talk to your surgeon about getting re evaluated for other issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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