Movement disorders can be difficult to treat with pharmaceuticals alone, because they don't provided targeted therapy. Functional neurology, on the other hand, targets the specific area of the brain that is creating the movement disorder.
Functional Neurology can help those with:
Did you Know?
The brain's primary goal is to inhibit movement. When inhibition of movement inhibition fails, movement disorders arise. These may start as a small facial tic, a frozen shoulder, hand tremor, or restless legs, and become progressively worse if not treated.
This inhibition of inhibition can be treated through targeted therapies that address the basal ganglia and associated regions of the brain involved.