Impact of sensory trick on vibration-induced movement response in cervical dystonia

Takeaway

  • During vibration-induced stimuli, those with cervical dystonia (CD) who had a recorded sensory trick (CD+ST) responded more similarly to healthy controls than individuals with CD without a ST (CD-ST).

Why this matters

  • Different response between the CD+ST and CD-ST groups supports the hypothesis that there is difference in pathophysiology of CD patients.