Enrico A. Fazzini, DO, PhD
As director of the American Parkinson's Disease Association Manhattan Center
at New York University and the APDA Nassau County Center at the New York
Institute of Technology, and director of the Adele Smithers Parkinson's Disease
Rehabilitation Unit of the New York Institute of Technology, Enrico A. Fazzini,
DO, PhD, has one of the largest Parkinson's disease practices in the United
States. He has been treating patients with Parkinson's disease for over 15
years and specializes in adjusting the various medications so that "on"
time without dyskinesia is maximized and "off" time severity and
duration are minimized. For more information, please visit www.TheParkinsonsDoctor.com.
Dr. Fazzini specializes in movement disorders and behavioral neuroscience,
two subspecialty divisions of neurology. He focuses on Parkinson's disease,
dystonia, Alzheimer's disease/dementia, Tourette's disease, tremors, and
botulinum injections for torticollis, facial wrinkles, hemifacial spasm, and
blepharospasm. Dr. Fazzini has been giving botulinum injections for 10 years
and is actively involved in Parkinson's disease medical and surgical treatment
research. Dr. Fazzini is an associate professor of neurology at the New York
College of Osteopathic Medicine and assistant professor of neurology at the New
York University Medical Center.
He received his DO medical degree from the University of Osteopathic
Medicine and Health Sciences. Dr. Fazzini received neurology training at Boston
University, where he also received a PhD in behavioral neurosciences. He then
completed fellowship training at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in
movement disorders. He is board-certified in neurology.