Oromandibular Focal Dystonia Treatment

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Dystonia Recovery Program Team

Oromandibular dystonia is a form of focal dystonia affecting the mouth, jaw and tongue, producing slurred speech, drooling, and difficulty chewing or swallowing. Experience hope and recovery from Oromandibular Dystonia through Dr. Farias' Neuroplastic Training. Discover how simple movements can optimise vital brain circuits making it possible to recover from dystonia. Join our global community and witness patients worldwide on their path to healing.

The rehabilitation of dystonias through neuroplasticity training includes four kinds of interventions: neuromodulation, neurostimulation, neurodifferentiation, and neurorelaxation.

Neuromodulation and neurostimulation exercises are designed to improve the function of frontal-prefrontal-basal-ganglia-cerebellum circuits. The objective of neurostimulation exercises is to normalize the activity of the silent pathways or those in hypofunction. Neurostimulation through movement occurs both at an intrahemispheric level and at an interhemispheric one. It is a process of rebalancing the function of the nervous system in its entirety, which is performed in a specific direction. Perception must be readjusted first in order to improve and optimize the planning of movement readjustment, and finally, sensory adjustments are made.

Following our training protocol, patients worldwide have recovered from Oromandibular Dystonia.

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