Stanford University Research Study for Patients with CRPS/RSD
Do you suffer from CRPS/RSD?
The Stanford Systems Neuroscience and Pain Lab is inviting patients with CRPS/RSD to participate in a clinical trial to determine whether Botox injections result in long-term pain relief.
Participants may be reimbursed up to $300 for their time and efforts.
The study medication is provided at no cost.
Participants must be:
- Age 18-100
- Be a U.S. citizen (or have a green card)
- If female, not pregnant or trying to become pregnant
To find out more about this study, call our research team at 650-723-8250 or visit us at http://snapl.stanford.edu/botox
For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906.
*In no way are we advocating or affiliated with any research study’s. Brought to you for the sole purpose of information to be shared. Personal opinion is: how does botox help with RSD? Maybe dystonia, maybe chronic pain. The VA does use it for war vets in chronic pain.