Top 8 Questions Answered About Botox for Migraines
More people than ever are looking to Botox to turn back the hands of time (including a record high number of men), but the popular treatment can also be used for a myriad of unexpected conditions. For the 12% of Americans who suffer from chronic migraines, this simple procedure might just be the answer. Injections at multiple sites around the head and neck have been shown to prevent and alleviate pain, so much so that the FDA has officially approved Botox for use in adults who live with these mind-numbing headaches.
RealSelf turned to Los Angeles plastic surgeon Dr. Gary Motykie to get answers to the top questions regarding Botox for migraines. If you’re considering the procedure, but don’t yet feel like you have all the information, you’ll definitely want to read what he had to say.Head to our guide on the Botox treatment page to learn more.
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