Unfortunately there is not yet a cure for dystonia. However, a number of treatments are available and most people do manage to develop successful strategies for living with dystonia.
As one of our medical advisers, Dr Marie-Helene Marion, explains here, this can be best achieved if the patient takes control and becomes the actor of their own condition.
Everyone is different and so what this means in practice will vary from person to person. But, to manage dystonia effectively, patients need information about all aspects of the condition.