About- Writer's cramp, also called mogigraphia and scrivener's palsy, musician’s cramp, focal hand dystonia, arm dystonia, finger dystonia, task-specific dystonia, occupational cramp or dystonia, is a disorder caused by cramps or spasms of certain muscles of the hand and/or forearm, mostly occur during performing fine motor tasks, such as writing or playing an instrument.
Difficulties holding a pen or pencil
Fingers gripping will be very hard while holding a pen or pencil
Wrists and elbows move into unusual positions
Hands or fingers failing to respond properly
Experts think that repetitive hand movements result in the remapping of certain parts of the brain. It may be associated with
Poor writing posture
Holding the pen or pencil improperly.
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