Chronic Pain News

March 23, 2005

Botox for Back Pain

Researchers at Yale University have found that injections of Botox "can relieve low-back pain in at least some people who haven't responded to other therapies." Botox has been used for years to treat muscle spasms and has become popular in recent years for its ability to smooth facial wrinkles.

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