BOTOX® for Migraines – Say Farewell to Chronic Migraines
Chronic migraine affects about 3% of the population and can be very debilitating, causing loss of work and school days while affecting quality of life.
PREVENT CHRONIC MIGRAINES
If you have 15 or more headache days per month
Headaches last 4 hours or more
8 headache days a month are associated with migraine over at least 3 months, you may have a diagnosis for chronic migraine.
You may be a candidate for onabotulinum toxin A, BOTOX® medical injections. Book an appointment with one of our doctors to see if you are a candidate, and if so, they will develop your treatment plan to manage chronic migraines.
Complete a headache diary over a period of 1-3 months and bring it to your appointment to review with the doctor. Count every headache, regardless of intensity.
Most insurance plans provide coverage for this treatment.
BOTOX® for chronic migraines is a medical procedure that has a track record of success. Learn more about how BOTOX® can help you take control of your migraines here!
How It Works
BOTOX® is a neurotoxin, onabotulinum toxin A, which is injected in specific areas over the forehead, sides of the head, neck, back of the head, and shoulders.
Do I Qualify for This Treatment?
If you believe you may benefit from BOTOX® treatments, try to keep a headache diary over a period of 1-3 months. If you have 15 or more headaches within a month, each lasting 4 hours or more, and 8 headache days a month are associated with migraine over at least 3 months, you may have a diagnosis for chronic migraine, and you may be a candidate.
If you still aren’t sure if BOTOX® medical injections are right for you, feel free to schedule an appointment with one of our doctors.
Covered by 3rd Party Insurance
Since BOTOX® for migraines is considered a medical procedure, it is covered by most 3rd party insurance providers.
What You Should Know About BOTOX® Medical
Have more questions about BOTOX COSMETIC®? Check out these FAQs!
BOTOX® injections are administered with very small needles, with only mild discomfort for most patients.
Our doctors will advise you on how to prepare for your treatment.
BOTOX® typically takes anywhere from several days and up to 2 weeks to begin taking effect and lasts roughly three months before another treatment may be needed.