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Botulinum Toxin Clinic 

Mark Hallett, M.D., Acting Clinic Director

The botulinum toxin clinic provides injectable therapy using all the available forms of botulinum toxin for a variety of indications, both for FDA-approved standard care and for experimental indications. These include dystonia, spasticity and dysautonomia. The clinic serves an important educational purpose, by providing training in injectable botulinum toxin therapy for all Human Motor Control Section clinical fellows, other clinical fellows who are interested in learning this technique, as well as residents, students and staff.

For more information contact: Elaine Considine, R.N. at considinee@ninds.nih.gov.