Botox injections have been used since the early 1970s. Most people receive botox treatment for crow’s feet lines, glabellar lines, and wrinkles. However, botulinum toxin products can be also used for a variety of medical disorders, such as:
Medical professionals often recommend botox to patients with movement disorders, mental conditions, and chronic migraines. Botulinum toxin has been shown to be effective in treating headaches and leg stiffness in stroke patients. This product works by blocking chemical nerve signals to certain glands or muscles, limiting their activity.
Every year, researchers are finding new uses for botox. This miracle cure does much more than removing wrinkles. The latest studies indicate that botulinum toxin could become a standard treatment for depression in the future. Currently, it’s being used for treating over 20 different medical conditions, from focal neuropathies to eye disorders and cerebral palsy.
When administrated by a knowledgeable professional, botox can be a valuable cure. Its effects last up to four months and can improve your quality of life. This product is a favorite choice for millions of patients who can not tolerate or don’t respond to other medications.
Health professionals interested in offering Botox, see our Botox Training Program.
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