Poor body coordination can have various causes, ranging in severity from 'minor' to 'life-threatening'. Finding the true cause means ruling out or confirming each possibility – in other words, diagnosis.
Diagnosis is usually a complex process due to the sheer number of possible causes and related symptoms. In order to diagnose poor body coordination, we could:
|A Weight Problem||20%||Unlikely|
|Multiple Sclerosis||3%||Ruled out|
|Silicone Disease||1%||Ruled out|
|Epstein-Barr Virus||1%||Ruled out|
|Parkinson's Disease||0%||Ruled out|
Body coordination. How good is your control over your physical movements, for example picking up something very small or catching a ball?
Possible responses:→ Very poor - I'm very clumsy / drop things
→ Somewhat worse than average
→ Average / don't know
→ I have better than average dexterity
→ Excellent - Very accurate control of my movements
The patient may have difficulty holding and manipulating objects, such as buttons and toothbrushes.
Those suffering from Parkinson's disease often have difficulty in performing simple tasks.
The more overweight we are, the harder it comes to perform tasks that require fine motor skill such as tying our shoelaces, holding a pencil or tapping a cellphone screen.