Botox

In 2010, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of Botox in the treatment of chronic migraine, and since then many patients worldwide have been treated by Botox with a neurologist.

The main benefit of migraine Botox is uncomplicated (although some transient effects may be caused by Botox injections).

While taking other anti-migraine drugs is commonly associated with its own side effects.

Another benefit of migraine Botox is its long-acting effect (between 4 and 6 months) and it is not necessary for the person to use the drug every day.

migraine botox

The other advantage of Botox is to help eliminate facial lines (the beauty of the benefits).

Botox seems to be the best treatment for chronic migraine but some people do not respond to this treatment.

The main problem with Botox is the high cost of medication, which is often covered by insurance when prescribed by a neurologist.

There are various methods around the world for migrating Botox. One of the most commonly used methods is the PREEMPT protocol, which, of course, is not  the best method of Botox of migraine and has its own specific flaws. Dr. Farhad Emadi in Shiraz uses a specific method that has been tried to overcome the defects of the PREEMPT protocol (especially in front of the back sections).

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