Chronic Migraine Botox

If you you not have a Family Physician please request a consultation.  If you are our regular chronic migraine patient you can book an appointment every 90 days.  This procedure is covered by Alberta Health Care if you meet the Migraine protocol and you do not need to bring a prescription for your treatment . A Pharmacy and your insurance will be taking care of delivering your medication to us.

Symptoms  A migraine headache can be preceded or accompanied by sensory warning signs such as flashes of light, blind spots, tingling in the arms and legs, nausea, vomiting, and increased sensitivity to light and sound.  They generally last for 24 hours but can last for several days or,  in some cases, longer periods.

Treatment Options. Chronic headache  injections are used widely to relief many types of pain, providing relief from migraine headaches as well as from teeth grinding and chronic soft tissue pain in the head and neck area (often caused by an accident or other trauma). This treatment is covered by your Alberta Health Insurance plan.  1 or 2 sessions are usually required to determine the success of your response, but the reduction in pain from various syndromes ranges from 3 to 6 months.  Following a treatment patients may return to the rest of their daily routines immediately. Please ensure to bring your Alberta Health care card with you to your first appointment. To book an appointment for a Chronic Migraine Headache Treatments . Please fill out these form

Appointment cancelations:  Appointments are in high demand and an early cancellation will allow another patient to be seen. Any cancellations under 48 hours will be considered a no show. The fee for no show for a Chronic Migraine is 100$. If multiple appointments are missed without cancellation you may be asked to seek medical attention at another facility. 

Chronic Migraine Screening Form 

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Migraine  Treatment  Consent

Headache diary 





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