Dyspraxia. Working with an occupational therapist can help manage your motor problems.
Several approaches. . Dyspraxia is impairment of the ability to execute purposeful, voluntary, or coordinated movement. The treatment often depends on the cause, but often involves supportive care for all associated conditions (whether stroke, developmental coordination disorder, etc.) and occupational therapy.
Good exercise. Dyspraxia is a lack of smoothness in motor function. There are many causes, but most are developmental. The best treatment is to use the muscles carefully and in a gradually increasing manner to improve performance. A good therapist can help. Gentle exercise and fun games are a smart start. Read more...