Medical Neuro-Modulator Injections
Botulinum Toxin Injections block nerve signals to help muscles relax and it was originally developed to treat a range of medical conditions.
MEDICAL BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS
Neuro-modulator injections / Botulinum Toxin injections is a medically developed substance that blocks signals from nerves to the muscles in treated areas. The injected muscle is prevented from contracting and although originally approved for the treatment of medical conditions, Botulinum Toxin and its uses have exploded into several other non-medical and cosmetic treatments.
Botulinum Toxin injections has made the treatment of several medical conditions a simple and effective process and it is fast becoming the treatment of choice in some patients to prevent major surgery or reduce the use of lifelong drugs. It is one of the most effective treatment modalities in the following conditions:
- Migraine Headaches
- Cervical Dystonia (neck spasms)
- Bruxism (jaw clenching)
- Excessive Sweating Palms and Underarms
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Bruxism is a condition where the excessive grinding of teeth and involuntary clenching of the jaw occurs. This mostly happens during the patient’s sleep but can also occur in daytime. It can have a variety of causes and some patients experience jaw pain, excessive tooth ache, headaches or dental problems because of it.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Results will generally be visible between four to seven days.
The effects of the Botulinum Toxin will last three to six months. Muscle and nerve action will gradually return afterwards.
Absolutely not. You will wait approximately 15 minutes for a topically applied cream to numb the area before the doctor injects the Botulinum Toxin into the targeted area with precision. A normal treatment takes less than an hour in total.
Temporary bruising is the most common side effect. Headaches, which end in 24 to 48 hours, can also happen, but this is rare.
Patients who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have a neurological disease should not use neuro-modulating injections. Be sure you consult and discuss your concerns with an experienced doctor before treatment commences.