DR. ROACH: Medicine not always best treatment
DEAR DR. ROACH: My husband is an elementary-school teacher, age 69. He started teaching in 1983 with beautiful handwriting. By 2003 he had difficulty trying to write. As the years went by, the hand problem got worse. He went to a specialist, and he was diagnosed with writer's cramp, or, as they called it, focal dystonia.
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