Sensorimotor retraining for patients with dystonia with Richmond Stace and Sally Glover

Richmond Stace ( London) and Sally Glover (Birmingham), neuro-physiotherapists share their large experience of treating patients with dystonia in this webinar organised by Dystonia UK. Dystonia is often a life changing condition which require for the patient to move forward and reflect about his own goals and expectations. Relearning how to move and live with the dystonia is a journey that Richmond and Sally will take you through in this enlightening webinar.

Webinar with Richmond Stace and Sally Glover on Dystonia

Retraining of Cervical Dystonia with Jean Pierre Bleton, organised by Dystonia Europe

Webinar Dr JP Bleton and dr MH Marion on 9th May 2020, organised by Dystonia Europe, with Adam Kalinowski and Edwidge Ponseel

Thank you to Adam Kalinowski, president and Edwidge Ponseel, vice president of Dystonia Europe for organising this webinar about the retraining of patients with Cervical dystonia.

Thank you to Jean Pierre Bleton for providing this invaluable educating tool for patients understanding better what ‘s happening in their neck muscles and what to do to control better the dystonic spasm. It will be also very helpful for physiotherapists to access the unique experience of JP Bleton on this topic.

An international blogger network



The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF) Canada is a Canadian registered charity and their mission is to advance research for more treatments and ultimately a cure for dystonia; to promote awareness and education; and to support the needs and well-being of affected individuals and families.

As part of their mission, they provide an international blogger network. I am delighted to be part of this network and to share information about dystonia and its treatment with Botulinum Toxin on this blog.

A better understanding  of the dystonia helps the patient to become actor of its treatment  and to develop the confidence that the patient needs to successfully carry out a specific behaviour in a given situation (self efficacy), a key to minimise disability due to the dystonia.

Clear written information about treatment and possible side effects (swallowing difficulties, double vision and droopy eyelid) is part of a well informed consent procedure to treatment and allows the patient to face the side effects when they occur, with appropriate management and less anxiety.

Networks are not beneficial for patients but also for doctors! I have founded in 2011 the British Neurotoxin Network to share information and best practice between UK injectors for neurological indications. I also look forward meeting again my Canadian colleagues from Quebec for a dystonia day in May 2018.