Botox and Migraine Headaches

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BOTULINUM toxin -- Therapeutic use
MIGRAINE -- Patients
HEAD -- Diseases -- Treatment
CLUSTER headache -- Diagnosis
CHIROPRACTORS

Abstract:The article focuses on the injection of Botolinum Toxin A (Botox ®) for migraine headaches and its important implications to chiropractor's practice. It is inferred that migraine headaches, which occur unilaterally, are often attributed as having a neurological, hormonal, or circulatory cause. It discusses the application of Botox ® in purified and diluted form to temporarily paralyze muscles that bring eyebrows together, which relieves patients from headaches.

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