Getting Botox Injections for Chronic Migrains, w/o Insurance Its Expensive. Any Patient Asst?

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Botox for migraine treatment

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It might be worth, if not done already, for the doctor's office to write a letter of appeal to the insurance carrier for reconsideration of remuneration for your expense as a result of Botox for migraines.

Manhattan Dermatologist
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Botox for migraines in Los Angeles

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Botox and Xeomin have been shown to be effective in migraine control. The first step would be to see if you are a candidate for the procedure. I perform these in Los Angeles with much success. Raffy Karamanoukian Los Angeles

Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Botox for migraines

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You may want to discuss this with your neurologist who is giving you the injections for the chroinic migraines

Purvisha Patel, MD
Germantown Dermatologist
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