Botox For Migraines
Producing debilitating effects such as throbbing pain in the face, head and neck, as well sensitivity to light, dizziness and nausea, Migraines affect up to 3 million Americans each year. While traditional treatment consists of pain medication or behavioral modification and avoidance of triggers, Botox injections are a non-surgical procedure that have proven effective in the treatment of migraines.
While it remains unclear specifically how the Botulinum Toxin works to alleviate chronic migraine pain, it’s believed that when injected, it reduces certain pain pathways that play a role in the development of a migraine. For the right candidate, injections are typically given every 12 weeks to prevent the onset of migraines. These candidates must be adults suffering from 15 or more migraine headaches every month, each lasting 4 hours or more.
If you are suffering from recurrent migraine headaches, Dr. Khosh understands how pain from severe headaches can diminish your quality of life. With extensive knowledge and experience regarding the non-aesthetic uses of Botox, you can trust Dr. Khosh to help determine if you’re a good candidate. Call today to schedule your consultation.
Severe Chronic Headache Treatment
FDA-approved to prevent severe chronic headaches known as migraines, Botox Injections are an option for adults that are experiencing 15 or more debilitating migraines each month, lasting 4 hours or more each.
Exactly how Botox helps migraines is not completely understood. Yet, it is believed to treat migraines by relaxing specific muscles that may be sensitive to pain. In turn, Botox may help block pain signals, resulting in prevention of migraines altogether. Even so, if you are suffering from severe chronic headaches, or migraines, one thing is certain—living with them is painful and difficult.
To find out if Botox injections may help alleviate your chronic migraine pain, contact Dr. Khosh today to schedule a private consultation.
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