Botox for Chronic Pain
We have all heard of using Botox during cosmetic surgery, but further study has shown that Botox can be used as a painkiller. It has proven to be so successful and so free of side effects, that more and more clinics are using Botox as a way to reduce or even eliminate chronic pain for months on end with a single shot. If you are tired of popping pain pills and risking addiction, consider contacting Interventional Pain Associates today to learn more. You don’t have to live a life filled with chronic pain or with constantly taking pills any longer. There is hope for eliminating your chronic pain. Contact Interventional Pain Associates today.
Definition About Botox For Pain:
- Botox injections are the best known of a group of medications that use various forms of botulinum toxin to temporarily paralyze muscle activity. This toxin is produced by the microbe that causes botulism, a type of food poisoning.
Botox for pain?
It may sound like science fiction, but more and more doctors all over the world are turning to Botox for more than just a set of puffy lips. Botox can be injected near the nerves that carry the chronic pain signal from where you hurt to your brain, and those nerves can be frozen so no pain signal travels from point A to point B. It works much in the same way as a pain pill, but one injection can last for months, not hours. When you consider the absurdly high cost of pain medications these days, the cost of one Botox injection is minuscule in comparison. You can lead a pain free life without reliance on pills. Contact Interventional Pain Associates today to learn more.