Botox Injections

Botox Injections

Botox Injections

What Are Botox Injections?

Botox injections are a type of botulinum toxin that works to temporarily paralyze muscles. While these injections are commonly known to enhance cosmetic appearance, Botox also works to reduce pain, headaches and muscle spasms.

Why You Should Get Botox Injections

If you are suffering from neck spasms, frequent headaches, excessive sweating, or crossed eyes, Botox may help relieve these symptoms. Your doctor may also recommend these injections to help with nerve and back pain.

Benefits of Botox Injections

Reduced Pain and Discomfort

Botox injections can be recommended as a way to treat a variety of symptoms, including headaches and spasms. They also help control chronic pain, such as nerve and back pain.

Botox Injections for Nerve Pain Treatment

Since Botox injections result in paralysis of muscles, they can help treat causes of pain and discomfort. Symptoms from neck spasms, nerve pain and frequent headaches can be reduced with Botox treatments.

Botox Injection for Arthritis Pain Treatment

Medical professionals are hopeful that Botox may prove to be a useful treatment of arthritis pain. Initial studies show a decrease in pain and an improvement in function for people with various types of arthritis, and the benefits lasted anywhere from three to twelve months.

Botox Injections for Men

Studies are suggesting that men with enlarged prostates can gain relief from Botox, and unlike those who use the injections for wrinkles, headaches or sweat, the relief can last up to a year after the injection, as opposed to only a few months. By injecting Botox directly into the prostate gland, problems like urinary tract infections and frequent urination are improved considerably.

Who Should Use Botox Injections for Pain Management?

Most people are candidates for Botox injections because it is a fairly noninvasive procedure. Your doctor will go over your health history and any concerns about reactions you may have.

Benefits of Botox Injections at Advanced Pain Management Orange County

Anyone who decides to use Botox treatments may see slight bruising in the days following the injections.

Recovery time may be prolonged due to any negative or allergic reactions a patient may have.

It’s recommend patients who receive these injections not rub or massage the treated area to avoid causing migration of the Botox.