Virtual Research Study: Validating Assessment Tool for Pain in Adult-onset Idiopathic Dystonia
Current tools to measure specific dystonia pain types and characteristics are not available yet. A better understanding of pain in dystonia is needed to help develop specific treatment options. Dr. Bruno and Dr. Martino from the University of Calgary are working to develop a tool to identify and quantify pain in dystonia. We would like to invite individuals with adult-onset idiopathic dystonia with or without pain ages 18-100 to help us validate this new assessment tool!
What does participation involve?
A one-time 30-minute virtual meeting to go over the new assessment tool for pain in dystonia and other related dystonia questions.
Interested or have more questions?
Please contact research assistant: Beatrice Anghelescu at email@example.com or call 403-210-7542