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Hi, folks. My classmate has been experiencing some spine problems. As far as I understand, he has idiopathic scoliosis. However, he was recently diagnosed with torsal dystonia. I would like to find out something more about this. Can you provide me with some info? I would appreciate it. Thank you in advance.

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Hi, there. Dystonia represents abnormal muscle movements which results in involuntary contractions. It is a neurological disorder. I guess that it can be related to scoliosis. In scoliosis, there is an improper body posture. It can cause some involuntary muscle contractions. I guess the treatment is complex. Your classmate should consult a specialist for more details. I hope everything will be all right. Good luck!
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Hi, guys. My friend had both dystonia and idiopathic scoliosis. I think his dystonia wasn’t torsal, but cervical. He had to be treated by both neurologist and orthopedist. This is very important. If left untreated, there can be some serious deformities. I am sorry I don’t know more details. Maybe someone else will tell you more. Good luck with all! Bye!
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Hi! I have both dystonia and scoliosis. It would be interesting to hear what your friend got for his treatment. Did he get scoliosis surgery or deep brain surgery?
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