Complete Neurological Care
Adult and Child Neurology & Epileptology located in New York & New Jersey & Florida
Though best known for its cosmetic uses, Botox® has many medical uses, like providing relief from chronic migraines and treatment for excessive sweating. Complete Neurological Care, with New York City offices in Forest Hills and Queens, and the Financial District, Midtown, and Manhattan, plus Valley Stream and Hicksville, New York, and Passaic, New Jersey, uses Botox injections to treat many medical conditions. Find out how Botox can help you by calling the office nearest you or scheduling an appointment online today.
Botox Q & A
What is Botox?
Botox is a neuromuscular blocker. When injected in small doses in specific areas, the active ingredient in Botox weakens or paralyzes muscle movement or blocks the transmission of nerve signals to get the desired results.
Most people are familiar with Botox as a cosmetic injection that temporarily smooths out facial lines and wrinkles, but Botox has many other uses.
Complete Neurological Care offers many innovative medical treatments to help you feel better, including Botox injections.
What are the medical uses for Botox?
Complete Neurological Care uses Botox injections to treat neurological and pain conditions. Some of the medical uses include:
Botox injections relax muscles and ease tension for those suffering from chronic headaches. These injections also reduce the number of migraine episodes in people with chronic migraine headaches (15 or more migraines in a 30-day period).
Cervical dystonia is a rare condition that causes involuntary contractions of the muscles in the neck. Botox injections are one of the primary treatments for cervical dystonia. These injections work by temporarily stopping the involuntary muscle contractions.
Frequent blinking, also known as blepharospasm, is the involuntary twitching or movement of the eyelids. People with frequent blinking get relief from Botox injections.
Like cervical dystonia, Botox injections temporarily stop the muscle activity that causes involuntary blinking.
With hemifacial spasm, you have involuntary muscle twitching on one side of your face. Botox injections temporarily stop the muscle movement to ease symptoms.
Excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis, also benefits from Botox injections. With excessive sweating, Botox injections block the nerve signals that initiate the sweat response, reducing the amount you sweat.
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder
TMJ disorder is a chronic pain condition. Botox injections may help alleviate jaw tension and headaches that come with TMJ.
Am I a candidate for Botox?
Schedule a consultation at Complete Neurological Care to see if Botox injections can help your condition. The state-of-the-art practice has advanced diagnostic testing equipment to determine the underlying cause of your symptoms.
Once they have an accurate diagnosis, your provider determines the best treatment options, which may include Botox injections.
These injections provide temporary relief from your symptoms. Your provider schedules regular follow-up appointments to repeat your Botox injections to maintain the desired results.
Don’t let your chronic migraines or TMJ pain keep you from living your life. Call Complete Neurological Care, or schedule a Botox consultation online today.
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