Cervical Dystonia

Cervical Dystonia

Question:

A friend’s mother has been diagnosed with Dystonia. She was given Myobloc, and the shots didn’t work, in fact she is in worse shape than she was before the shots. Her Neurologist doesn’t know what else to do. She spent well over $700.00 for the shots with no relief. What alternative health treatments are available, now that her doctor has exhausted all of his sources for conventional treatment? Also is dystonia environmentally chemically triggered? Thank you in advance.

Response:

Is this the neck or the cervix uteri. Must be careful. As demonstrated with the following little joke. (((:****A woman goes to see her doctor with a "bad" neck. After examining her neck he tells she has cervical overuse syndrome. She slaps him and asks how he could say such a thing. And how could he tell anyway?*****:))) My opinion is she should consult a chiropractor. Chiropractors are neuromusculoskeletal specialists. Backster

– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> A friend’s mother has been diagnosed with Dystonia. She was given Myobloc, > and the shots didn’t work, in fact she is in worse shape than she was before > the shots. Her Neurologist doesn’t know what else to do. She spent well over > $700.00 for the shots with no relief. > What alternative health treatments are available, now that her doctor has > exhausted all of his sources for conventional treatment? > Also is dystonia environmentally chemically triggered? > Thank you in advance.

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It is the neck, and she has been to a chiropractor for a series of treatments, and it didn’t work.

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