Therapeutic Botox


Everyone sweats but for some people its way beyond what an antiperspirant can handle. Hyperhidrosis is a disorder that makes you sweat more than you need to. In primary hyperhidrosis, the cause is unknown and can affect specific areas, such as the underarms, hands, feet, and face. 

The good news about hyperhidrosis is that it can be successfully treated. There are a number of options, but there’s no single “right” way to treat hyperhidrosis.

Botox can help! Botox therapeutic injections are an effective way to treat excessive underarm sweating, 95% of patients experienced an average reduction.

The treatment is simple. A small amount of the drug is injected intradermally to the affected area. The needle is injected just under the skin and any discomfort is minimal.

Migraine Treatment

As a chronic migraine sufferer, you likely experience headaches a number of days each month, and these headaches likely last for hours at a time. Botox can be prescribed to help prevent these headaches.

Botox is injected by needle into 31 to 39 sites in 7 specific head and neck muscle areas. These areas may be contributing to your headaches. Your doctor will determine the number of injections and injection sites to treat your specific condition.