Are you suffering from painful headaches? Are you looking for an option to free you from reliance on pain medicines? At Restorative Physical Medicine in Livonia and Novi, Michigan, they offer Botox injections for headache relief and the treatment of disorders like dystonia and spasticity. You can count on the team for high-quality care. Call or book a consultation online.
Botox is used to provide relief from chronic migraines and other health issues. Botox is made of a purified form of botulinum toxin, a substance made by the bacteria that causes botulism.
Botox can alleviate the symptoms of a variety of conditions, including:
Botox injections also help reduce excessive sweating.
If severe spasticity is interfering with your ability to take part in routine activities or get a good night’s sleep, the team may recommend an FDA-approved treatment involving a small pump that’s implanted under your skin. The tiny pump delivers precise, steady dosages of a muscle relaxer called baclofen directly into your spinal fluid to give you relief.
The team uses a tiny needle to inject small amounts of Botox into shallow muscles around the pain fibers involved in headaches. The injection feels like a pinprick.
Botox penetrates your nerve endings around the injection site. This blocks the release of chemicals that transmit pain signals and prevents the pain networks in your brain from being activated.
Your treatment may call for two dozen or more injections. The team will recommend the treatment plan that’s right for you.
You can go home immediately after your treatment. The most common side effect is a sore neck, but applying an ice pack can help relieve the temporary discomfort.
One treatment lasts for 10-12 weeks. While some patients reported that two Botox treatments reduced the number of headache days by roughly half, it may take up to six months to see the full results.
If you’ve been suffering from health issues like migraines, spasticity, or other issues, call today or book a consultation online with Restorative Physical Medicine.