Raymond Rosales

University of Santo TomasPhilippines

Raymond Rosales is a Full Professor in the Department of Neurology and Psychiatry of the, University of Santo Tomas and Hospital, Metro Manila, Philippines. At the Metropolitan Medical Center, also in Manila, he is chief of Neurology, head of the Center for Neurodiagnostic and Therapeutic Services, and chair of the hospital’s Trials Institutional Review Board. He is likewise a staff of the Movement Disorders and Clinical Neurophysiology centers of St. Luke’s Medical Center, Quezon City. He obtained his Bachelor of Science and Medical degrees from the University of Santo Tomas, and a PhD in Neuroscience from the Kagoshima University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan. He has completed a number of fellowship programmes, including electrophysiology in neuromuscular and movement disorders at Kagoshima University Department of Neurology and Geriatrics and in the dystonia clinic at Columbia University, New York, USA. He was also a visiting professor in the movement disorders center of the University of Florida, Brain McKnight Institute

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Raymond Rosales

Taking exception from previous publications and reviews, this handbook boldly knits botulinum toxin therapy indications in both dystonia and spasticity. Botulinum toxin therapy has indeed withstood the test of time in terms of its efficacy and safety, as applied in hyperfunctional states of the muscle and exocrine glands. Topics were chosen spanning from the basic science to the clinical applications and to instrument-guidance injections. The format was envisioned to be timely as one (either a novice or an experienced clinician) applies practical approaches with botulinum toxin therapy ranging from straightforward to challenging clinical scenarios. As well, clinicians and students alike will find the book useful in content and relevance to contemporary times. Please read with no fear and don't doubt because indeed you eventually become the winner as you finish the book.

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