ASCPM offers Botox therapy as a treatment option for managing pain associated with certain conditions. Botox, short for Botulinum Toxin, is a purified substance injected into specific muscles to alleviate pain and improve mobility.

How It Works

Botox therapy involves injecting a purified form of botulinum toxin into targeted muscles. This toxin works by blocking the signals that instruct the muscles to contract, leading them to relax instead. When used for pain management, it targets tense muscles or those causing discomfort, helping to alleviate pain and promote better movement.


The primary benefit of Botox therapy is its ability to reduce pain and improve mobility in affected individuals. By relaxing tense muscles, it can provide relief from pain associated with various conditions, including chronic migraines, cervical dystonia, and muscle spasms. Additionally, it treatment is minimally invasive and generally well-tolerated, making it a convenient option for pain management.

About the Procedure

The Botox therapy procedure typically begins with a consultation with a healthcare professional to assess the patient’s condition and determine the appropriate treatment plan. During the procedure, the purified botulinum toxin is injected directly into the targeted muscles using a fine needle. The injection process is relatively quick and performed in-office. Patients may experience some mild discomfort during the procedure, but this is usually temporary. The effects of Botox therapy are temporary and may require periodic injections to maintain pain relief. It is essential to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if Botox therapy is suitable for managing your specific pain condition.