Heather Rohrer, PA-C and the Center for Aesthetic Medicine appeared on Channel 3 News Las Vegas to discuss how Botox can effectively be used to treat migraine headaches, as well as excessive sweating of the underarms and hands. This is known as hyperhidrosis.
For migraine headaches, Heather Rohrer, PA-C showed on her model the key injection areas on the neck and towards the base of the skull that can help patients who suffer from debilitating migraine headaches.
Botox is best known for its ability to reduce facial wrinkles, but it can also be used to treat medical conditions like excessive sweating and chronic migraines. According to Heather, Botox is the only FDA approved neurotoxin for treating migraine headaches and hyperhidrosis.