Botox was originally designed to temporarily lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It wasn’t until women started noticing migraine relief after injections that doctors started researching if the Botox Solution had something to do with it. Soon enough, the FDA began approving off label botox and Insurance companies started approving the procedure for medical uses. To this day Botox is used for over a dozen other conditions and continue to amaze people.
Here are a few things you should know before getting Botox to Treat Migraines.
First and foremost, Botox is only approved for Chronic Migraines. A patient must report getting 15 or more attacks within a month to qualify for the procedure.
Physician Experience is Important!
Depending on who you go to, you can experience little to moderate bruising. Many physicians who’s patients claim to have a “Heavy Hand” tend to do more bruising. Nevertheless bruising is okay, even the most experienced techs can create some light bruising. These effects should go away within a few days.
Migraine Treatment Can Take Up To 6 months To Work.
Some patients take up to 6 months to start getting relief from their migraines after getting treatment. This could be because the muscles need to be re-trained to relax. Many people explained, “It’s worth the wait” and once the solution kicked in has truly been able to appreciate the process. Everyone is different and some people do experience instant relief. It’s important to discuss your options with your service provider thoroughly before the procedure.
Holly Mueller From Paradise Valley Leading The City In Botox For Migraines!
Holly Mueller has dedicated her career to Aesthetics Medicine. She is a Registered Nurse and Certified Cosmetic Laser Specialist with notable client outcomes. She truly takes her time with each individual person and ensures satisfactory results. Holly loves health, nutrition and antiaging holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics and a bachelors in Nursing, BSN. If you’re curious to know if Botox will work for your migraines, call the office today and schedule an appointment for a free consultation.