Botox is short for Botulinum toxin A: a neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium Botulinum. By injecting Botox into a muscle, you block the signal transmission from the nerve to muscle. As a result, you weaken the injected muscle and it remains relaxed. The effect lasts for between 3 months and up to a maximum of 6 months.

Botox infiltrations may be given to treat localised spasticity after a stroke or painful hypertonia (muscle tension). Reimbursement is possible in some cases. Ask your physician about possible reimbursement.

We administer the infiltration using ultrasound and EMG guidance for optimal localisation.

Latest publication date: 23/11/2022