Thursday, January 25, 2007

Accessing online pamphlets and other information.

Go to www.dystoniaaustralia.org.au and click on ‘what is dystonia’ for an easy to read, excellent summary of dystonia. You will find, when you scroll down that page, a comprehensive selection of clearly explained information in pamphlet form. You can print off any of these pamphlets for your own convenience or to give to others. This is one way of learning more yourself. You can also spread the word about any form of dystonia, among family and friends! Below the pamphlets you will find some topics to click on and read a short explanation on each topic. These can also be printed off for your convenience. I include here for you an example that will take you to those pamphlets.

http://www.dystoniaaustralia.org.au/pdf/dystonia.pdf

http://www.dystoniaaustralia.org.au/pdf/genetics.pdf


Check them all out at your leisure.

By going to the www.dystoniaaustralia.org.au site and clicking onto news/publications, you will see two good books you may be interested in. The second book,
The Spasmodic Torticollis Handbook: A Guide to Treatment and Rehabilitation can be ordered from the address with details as given. This book is well worth having.


Sometime, when you have time, please consider returning to the Dystonia Australia site and explore other areas within. Meanwhile, where ever you are around our beautiful world, stay well. Enjoy life and together, let us spread the word about this neurological disorder.

Please, do leave a comment if you would like to. Alternatively, I am happy to hear from you via my email address:
s.j.bayliss@bigpond.com.au

Sue Bayliss. Cairns, Australia.

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