Medical Benefits of Botox Includes Migraines
Author: Court House Clinics
Published: 2011-04-12 : (Rev. 2013-06-11)
Synopsis and Key Points:
Beyond the aesthetic benefits, Botox has recently been approved for the prevention of chronic migraines.
Main DigestBeyond the aesthetic benefits, Botox has recently been approved for the prevention of chronic migraines.
This news comes after a trial of more than 1,300 patients showed that Botox dramatically helps in reducing the frequency of headaches. Lee Tomkins, the Director of Migraine Action, stresses that Botox is not a "cure" but he goes on to say, "if they (migraine sufferers) get half the attacks, it can really improve their quality of life."
Botox is becoming more and more popular every year with both men and women. Botox in London is very popular. In an age where people want to look their best for longer, Botox helps to keep skin looking healthier by reducing the aging effects that we all experience. With small doses, wrinkles appear reduced, as do crow's feet and frown lines. The procedure is almost painless and very fast. While patients do look younger, the effects of Botox can wear off and so the individual will need re-applications. Botox can also be used in the treatment of hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating. Botox has therefore been proven to be medically beneficial as well as aesthetically beneficial to many people.
BOTOX and DYSPORT are brand names for the same product. The technical term is botulinum toxin. This is injected into the patient directly into the problem area and begins to work straight away. According to Court House Clinics, the effects can usually be seen after around three to seven days and tend to last around three to four months. With Court House Clinics, you are getting a service that is professional and high in quality, "Over 95% of all our anti-aging injectable treatments are carried out by cosmetic doctors who are highly trained and experienced in the art of facial aesthetics."
Court House Clinics offer a range of cosmetic treatments for both men and women. These include tattoo removals, skin peels, hair transplants and both leg vein and acne treatments. Their staff include expert, highly trained and experienced cosmetic doctors who can offer the best level of professional care for their patients. Court House Clinics also provide dedicated hair loss centers nationwide.
A host of new techniques mean that Court House Clinics are amongst the forerunners when it comes to the latest laser treatments and technology. As Doctor Bowler states himself, "As Medical Director and co-founder of the British Association of Cosmetic Doctors I ensure our clinics provide the most advanced and safe cosmetic treatments that are clinically tried and tested."
About Court House Clinics: Court House Clinics was opened in 1998 by Dr Patrick Bowler in Brentwood, Essex. It quickly became a leading center for medically-led, technologically advanced products and treatments. Under the medical direction of leading cosmetic doctor, Dr Patrick Bowler MB. BS. LRCP. MRCS. DRCOG, the Court House Clinic team are highly qualified and trained in their specific fields. All of our clinics are registered with the Healthcare Commission and provide the highest possible standard of care. We specialize in providing a variety of treatments for skin imperfections ranging from wrinkles, sun damage, pigmentation, acne, acne scarring, cellulite reduction and hair removal. At Court House Clinics this wide range of services is offered by experienced doctors and skin specialists. Following an in-depth consultation an informed treatment program is agreed to obtain the optimum results. You can be assured that Court House Clinics will always provide the most advanced and proven techniques in a friendly and professional manner. Web Site: www.courthouseclinics.com
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- 2 - Medical Benefits of Botox Includes Migraines : Court House Clinics (2011/04/12)
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- 7 - Nausea is Significantly Debilitating Symptom of Migraine : National Headache Foundation (2011/06/02)
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