The problem starts with the face & shoulders. The next type on the list is a congenital muscular dystrophy, which usually damages children and usually takes place before the person achieves the age of two. While some types of this disease develop slowly, others are very serious and fast in their expansion. In case of the limb-girdle muscular dystrophy, the patients feel their shoulders are the first parts of the body to be attacked.
This paragraph talks about the possible negative consequences of the muscular dystrophy. If the disease is progressive, the patient may stop walking at will. The last resort is driving a wheelchair until the problem is solved. People may also experience a shortening of muscles.