Definitions for "dyskinesia"
an abnormality in performing voluntary muscle movements.
Abnormal muscle movements. May appear as a side effect of long-term drug treatment in Parkinson's and may worsen in response to stress. (See also Levodopa Induced Dyskinesia)
Distortion or impairment of voluntary movement. This term is much more appropriate than " Vertebral Subluxation" or " Vertebral Subluxation Complex". NOTE: The reason for the change in terminology is to take the focus off of a supposed cause. FACT: The vertebrae do not rest upon each other directly, instead there is a soft cushion of tissue called the intervertebral disc that acts as a shock absorber and allows for a discrepancy in the alignment of the spine. Our philosophy emphasizes the proper force necessary to correct the true subluxations first, then, and only then to encourage a broader range of movement in the spinal column in order to facilitate rehabilitation. See Contract.
Keywords:  timolol, neuroleptic
Neuroleptic Timolol
Keywords:  dysmetria, dyspepsia
Dysmetria Dyspepsia
Keywords:  tardive, psychosis, see
see tardive dyskinesia (4.48 Psychosis).
Keywords:  microbiology, topical
Microbiology Topical
Keywords:  motility, testis, molecular
Molecular Motility Testis
Keywords:  kinesia, improper, dis, motion
dis (improper), kinesia (motion).