Cogwheeling Jerky Hand Movements

Does anyone know if the Jerky hand movements many of us get whilst raising a fork to our mouth is cogwheeling.

My Neuro pushes and twists my wrist to test for it. But when I’m eating my wrist is really jerky, I don’t think it’s the tremor I believe it’s cogwheeling. Anyone know?

The basal ganglia are parts of the brain that help control your body movements and keep them smooth. To do this, the neurons in the basal ganglia use dopamine to connect and communicate with one another.