Specific shapes of the dystrophy are characterized by certain features. The way this disease behaves and develops depends on the body location where the problem starts from. The example of such type of this disease is a Myotonic muscular dystrophy. Another popular name in the healthcare field is a Steinert’s disease. This type is defined by an impossibility to make the muscles relax intentionally. In this case, the patient’s face/neck muscles are the first group of muscles to be attacked. One more researched form is Facioscapulohumeral (FSHD).