Caption: VIDEO Involuntary muscle
spasms occurred whenever this patient threw a baseball
CASE 3: A 42 year old female patient had involuntary muscle
contractions on left side of face from 36 months.
ECDs take advantage of electro-muscular disruption technology, which uses a high-voltage, low-power charge of electricity to disrupt the central nervous system and induce involuntary muscle
(b) involuntary muscle
contraction accompanied by severe pain, which can occur in the legs, arms, hands or abdomen
After several years of taking the drugs, both women say they developed tardive dyskinesia, a long-term neurological disorder that causes involuntary muscle
Depending on the signal strength, many involuntary selections can occur because of noise or involuntary muscle
activations when high-sensitivity levels are used [19-20].
In her short life span so far Millie has not moved apart from a few involuntary muscle
spasms, which is very distressing to witness.
Takeshige suggests that electromagnetic resonance may also cause a decrease in serotonin in the pineal and brainstem raphe nucleus, which controls involuntary muscle
Taken as a mouth spray, it is used to help alleviate symptoms of spasticity - involuntary muscle
stiffness and spasms - associated with MS and is said to be the first symptom relief drug specifically for those with the condition.
The power plate induces involuntary muscle
contractions within the targeted areas of the body to help improve muscle strength and tone.
John Benson QC, prosecuting, said Stevens, an environmental officer, was suffering from a medical condition called dystonia, an involuntary muscle
This makes using the system easier for those with involuntary muscle
movements or who have difficulty remaining still for long periods of time.