Botox Injection for Spasmodic Dysphonia

Botox is a potent injection that is used for several medical concerns as well as cosmetic procedures.

The procedure of a Botox injection can also be referred to as OnabotulinumtoxinA injection.

It is made from a bacterium that causes botulism.

The toxin is removed and through a procedure it becomes sterilized and purified into a usable form of botulinum toxin type A.

This toxin acts to block nerves in the body that when functioning normally controls muscle movement.

The activity of the muscles is subsequently reduced dramatically.

Botox should be given by a trained provider.

Spasmodic Dysphonia is a condition where involuntary muscle movements of the neck, or muscles of the larynx occur during speech.

The causes are mostly unknown.

It is classified as a Neurological Disorder.

This points to the cause having something to do with the brain and the nerves.

Besides Botox injections, other treatment options are:  Medications, Surgery, and Voice Therapy.

Take a close look at the video below:

Dr. Chang performs botox injections for spasmodic dysphonia every Friday afternoon. He also performs botox injections for facial wrinkles, torticollis, migraine headaches, TMJ, etc.

Further information on the botox procedure can be found here at the following  Link

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