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Botulinum Toxin Therapy Treatment
for Movement Disorders

Botulinum Toxin Injection Therapy - also known as BOTOX® therapy - is used to treat a variety of movement disorders including dystonia, Parkinson's disease as well as post stroke spasticity and spasticity from multiple sclerosis tremors. The goal of the therapy is to reduce muscle spasm and pain.

Botulinum toxin therapy treatment

Patients treated at Yale-New Haven for movement disorders benefit from the expertise of our movement disorders specialists and receive state-of-the-art treatment in a nurturing environment that emphasizes a collaborative approach to care. Yale-New Haven, fellowship-trained physicians determine whether Botox® is an appropriate treatment. If so, a treatment appointment will be scheduled during which the procedure will be re-explained and questions/concerns addressed.

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