In this episode of the Sarasota Neurology Podcast, Dr. Kassicieh, a recognized expert in clinical Botox, provides an overview of current techniques for treating dystonia, muscle spasm (which may be associated with pain), spasticity from stroke or brain injury with Botox.
Botox was first FDA approved for medical use in 1989. Since then, Botox has found many medical uses to treat clinical conditions that were previously difficult to treat. Conditions such as cervical dystonia, blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm and spasticity such as that seen in cerebral palsy, stroke or spinal cord injuries have all been successfully managed with Botox.
Other similar products such as Dysport and Xeomin all have uses for cervical dystonia. Most recently, Botox was approved for use for treatment of chronic migraine headaches. Listen for more information on the clinical use of Botox and other similar products.
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Posted in Botox, Movement Disorders, Pain, Podcast, Stroke and tagged Botox, Botox injections, cerebral, clinical, dystonia, FDA, headaches, migraine, Pain, spasm, spinal cord, Stroke by Dan Kassicieh, D.O.