Botox for Chronic Migraines

Only 25 percent of patients who suffer from chronic migraines receive a proper diagnosis. The team at Allegheny Medical can help you determine whether or not you suffer from chronic migraines, and if Botox is the right course of treatment for you.

Botox for Chronic Migraines

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Although Botox is most often thought of as a cosmetic procedure, it has been used to successfully treat those suffering from chronic migraines for many years. In 2010, Botox became the first FDA-approved preventive chronic migraine treatment, and has since helped over 500,000 people find relief from chronic migraine symptoms. On average, Botox prevents 8 to 9 headache days and migraine (or probable-migraine) days each month.

Chronic migraines are a common yet consistently underdiagnosed health condition in the U.S. Only 25 percent of patients who suffer from chronic migraines receive a proper diagnosis. The doctors, providers, and staff at Allegheny Medical can help you determine whether or not you suffer from chronic migraines, and if Botox is the right course of treatment for you.

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