Movement disorders, a neurological condition, in which an abnormal increase or reduction in movement is observed, which is voluntary or involuntary. Movement disorder is divided into two categories:
Hyperkinetic movement disorders: It is the involuntary movement which hinders the normal movement of motor activity of the body. It refers to repetitive movement or dyskinesia.
Hypokinetic movement disorders: It is the slow motion of the body parts or motor activity. As it refers to hypokinesia - reduced amplitude of movement, akinesia – lack of movement, rigidity, and bradykinesia – slow movement.
Some movement disorders are:
Treatment of these disorders depends on movement disorders.
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