Botox (neuroroxin) isn’t solely an aesthetic treatment. Because of its ability to halt muscle movement, Botox is helpful in situations when you don’t have control over certain muscles’ contractions. This may sound like an unlikely circumstance, but we actually possess a number of muscles that contract as they please. When our bodies are in good, working order, these muscles ideally do not contract at their own whim. But different disorders and muscle problems can take their toll on our bodies. This is the point where Dr. Martin can step in and make a difference with Neurotoxin treatment. To learn a few applications of Botox Therapeutic, and when it may be time to seek relief see next paragraph.
Types of Pain Relieved By Botox Therapeutic
- Jaw pain – Jaw pain can be caused by a number of factors, many of them difficult to identify. Teeth grinding, TMD, or a slipped disc can all contribute to discomfort emanating from the jaw. Botox goes to the source of the problem to calm your TMJ and prevent dysfunctional movement from continuing and causing further damage.
- Head pain – Frequent headaches and migraines make life very difficult. Some patients who haven’t been able to find relief with more traditional treatments experience a welcome change after Botox treatment.
- Tooth pain – Chronic teeth grinding, not only makes our teeth tender but wears away enamel and causes gums to recede. The use of Neurotoxn can relieve grinding at night.
- Myofascial pain – Myofascial pain occurs in areas across the shoulders and neck, and can be debilitating. Botox treatment at trigger points will alleviate this pain.
Is it time to seek treatment for my muscle pain?
If your muscle pain is affecting your life, it’s time for treatment. Botox could get you back to your regular self. In order to learn more about whether Botox Therapeutic is right for you, just give the office a call.