Therapeutic Botox and Dysport

Botox Injections and Dysport

Botox injections are used to block certain chemical signals to the nerves. This prevents the target muscle(s) from contracting. Most commonly, we use these injections to relax, temporarily, muscles in the face that cause wrinkles around your eyes, and in your forehead.

We also use Botox injections to treat several other conditions that affect how the body functions.

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Therapeutic Botox Can Help With All These Things:

Cervical Dystonia – This condition can be very painful. Neck muscles involuntarily contract, causing your head and neck to twist or turn into uncomfortable positions.
Lazy Eye – Most commonly, an imbalance of the muscles that are responsible for the positioning of the eye.
Muscle Contractures – Certain neurological conditions, such as cerebral palsy, can cause your extremities to pull inward. Sometimes, these muscles can be relaxed with Botox injections.
Hyperhidrosis – Even when temperatures aren’t hot and you’re not exerting yourself. Hyperhidrosis can cause uncontrolled sweating.
Chronic Migraine – In many cases, migraines that occur more than 15 days a month, can be treated with Botox injections. This may help reduce headache frequency.
Bladder Dysfunction – Botox injections can also help relax various pelvic muscles. This can reduce urinary incontinence caused by an overactive bladder.
Eye Twitch – Botox injections can help relieve the contraction and twitching of muscles around the eye.

Regardless of whether you’re concerned about cosmetic aging, or a more serious condition, our doctors at Accelerated Recovery Associates will be able to give you an expert opinion, and make recommendations on the best course of care.

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