What’s apraxia?

Apraxia is a neurological disorder that affects a person’s ability to perform precise movements or actions. There are different types of apraxia, including orofacial, verbal, joint-kenetic, ideomotor, ideational, oculomotor, and constructive. Physical, speech, and occupational therapy can help improve the condition, but the degree of improvement varies. Underlying neurological disorders can also cause apraxia, and […]

What’s motor apraxia?

Motor apraxia is a condition caused by damage to the brain that interferes with a person’s ability to plan and execute voluntary movements. It can affect different parts of the body, including limbs, mouth, and eyes, and can be caused by head trauma, stroke, or degenerative diseases. Ideomotor apraxia is a specific type that affects […]

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