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Botulinum Toxin to Treat Migraines — Presented by Robert Kaniecki, MD | UPMC

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Botulinum toxin is typically used by cosmetic surgeons, dermatologists, and other medical professionals in a variety of areas to relax the muscle. However, neurologists are now contributing to the growing body of evidence that the toxin has a significant effect on the central nervous system; particularly in the treatment of migraines.

Robert Kaniecki, MD, of the UPMC Headache Clinic, discusses how botulinum toxin affects the central nervous system and how delivery protocols, administration guidelines, and utilization concerns are constantly evolving in the treatment of migraine headache.


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