About NSTA - National Spasmodic Torticollis Association

Spokane, Washington

25 Sep

Dyscoveries Dystonia Support Group of Spokane

Meeting in October
Physical Therapy for Dystonia

Presented by Brian Cronin,
MPT of U-District Physical Therapy
Friday, October 9, 2015

2:00-3:30 p.m.

Room 200 (adjacent to Information Desk inside Main Entrance, at south end of complex)

St. Lukes Rehabilitation Institute.
711 S. Cowley St., Spokane WA

Is it possible to help balance the con tracted muscles of dystonia?

Brian Cronin, MPT of U-District Physical Therapy, will speak to us about Physical Therapy for Dystonia, helping us to understand muscle tone and how dystonia’s imbalance can be modified through Pysical Therapy.

Get to know more about your dystonia and what you can do to help yourself! Questions and answers will follow, so join us and learn!

As always, this meeting is FREE. And bring your spouse or a friend!

September is Dystonia Month!
The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation is promoting Dystonia Awareness through a campaign entitled “Dystonia Moves Me” with a web page devoted to “Show Me Your Moves.” Take a picture of you with the “Dystonia Moves Me” sign. Tell someone about dystonia and take the picture together! It’s fun. To participate, visit the DMRF website

https://www.dystonia-foundation.org/dystoniamovesme

About Us
We are a support group of the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation.
800-377-DYST (3978) / www.dystonia-foundation.org
and the
National Spasmodic Torticollis Association
800-487-8385 / www.torticollis.org
with THANKS to
St. Lukes Rehabilitation Institute
www.st-lukes.org for providing our meeting facilities.

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