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Live webinar

EU consensus about the treatment algorithm for the management of adult patients with disabling spasticity.

1 December 2022
17.30 - 19.00 CET / 16.30 - 18.00 GMT 

Do you see patients with disabling spasticity? If yes join the exclusive opportunity to learn more about the EU consensus showing the treatment algorithm for the management of disabling spasticity


The treatment algorithm: Objective to create the algorithm, theory of algorithm, when to treat with BoNT-A and when with ITB.
Dr. Mauro Zampolini

How to apply the algorithm in your daily practice.
Dr. Bo Biering

Patient case examples for the treatment algorithm.
Dr. Valerie Stevenson

Case discussion and Q&A

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