Surgeon in Ophthalmology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary,

Assistant Clinical Professor, Harvard Medical School

Medical Director Associate Eye Physicians and Surgeons, Inc

Blepharospasm Hemifacial Spasm

Dr. Borodic has developed a career long interest in the management of benign essential blepharospasm, Meige disease, facial dystonia, hemifacial spasm, facial paralysis and other related disorders of human facial movement.  He served as the National Program Director for the Benign Essential Blepharospasm Research Foundation in 1988 and hosted one of the first medical school sponsored courses in the world on the pharmacology of Botox, botulinum toxin for the treatment of such disorders.  Dr. Borodic has also worked in medications and unique surgical procedures for management of these diseases.  These conditions were poorly treated in past years but now effective and safe therapy is available.  The foundation for therapy requires expertise in botulinum toxin, surgical anatomy and procedures and certain medicinal agents.  More recently a brow fixation pin procedure, developed originally by Dr. Borodic, has been used for patients who have not been responsive to conventional therapy.  Dr. Borodic is a skilled surgeon with extensive experience managing blepharospasm and related disorders.


Gary E. Borodic. MD

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