[5 min watch] How to use Botulinum toxin for hyperhidrosis

Do you see patients with excessive sweating? In this short video, Dr Jenny Kimmins discusses how to use Botulinum toxin injections to treat hyperhidrosis (sweating) in the underarms, feet, hands, top lip, forehead and more.

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In the video, Dr Kimmins outlines the areas of the body where excessive sweating can typically be treated with Botulinum toxin. She discusses the indications for this treatment and how to perform an assessment on your patients presenting to primary care, including how to determine the injection points for the toxin.

Dr Kimmins further explains the required dosages and the effects/benefits of the treatment. She also discusses how to address common patient fears regarding the treatment and hyperhidrosis in general.

The video also looks briefly at how to perform Botulinum toxin injections for hyperhidrosis in practice.

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