Tardive Dyskinesia is a disorder characterized by involuntary, repetitive body movements that have a slow onset. This study is specifically looking at patients with tardive dyskinesia as a result of taking antipsychotic medication.
These involuntary movements typically occur in the face and include lip smacking, excessive eye blinking, tongue movements and grimacing. Some involuntary, rapid movement may also occur in the fingers, limbs and torso. This study is designed to determine the safety effectiveness for a treatment of drug-induced tardive dyskinesia.
FutureSearch Trials is currently conducting a research study of an investigational medications for people with tardive dyskinesia. If you would like more information or to see if you qualify, call us today or apply online.