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Posted by Stacie on March 29, 2000 at 12:53:23:

I work with a student whose arms become rather tremulous when completing activiies that require weightbearing as well as fine motor activities that are difficult for her. At first I thought it was fatigue secondary to hypotonia but now I've noticed that she will become tremulous when simply sitting during opening. Her mother has also noticed the tremors. Has anyone experienced this with another child? Does anyone know the cause behind the tremors? Is it neurological in nature? If anyone has any information that would help me to better understand I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!

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