Can Head Injury be confused with Dystonia or Parkinsons?

My husband had a head injury 35 years ago, and we were doing fine, but recently his walking has deteriorated - (difficulty in telling the right leg to go forward). His neuro-physiotherapist says its Dystonia. Now after seeing a urologist, he says its Parkinsons. Our GP says nothing! Should we be following up on doing something about either Dystonia or Parkinsons? Or are the symptoms similar and really down to Head Injury? Confused of Uckfield!

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  • I would also think a past head injury would leave its mark on him and would certainly contribute to the problems he has now. Though I am no expert and tend to look at things from a more 'alternative' point of view but I do wish you the best in dealing with these problems.

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