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Young women ‘getting Botox’

Fri

More women in their 20s are having Botox treatments.

More women in their 20s are undergoing Botox treatments, it has been revealed.

Shannon McKelvey stated in response to a survey by Time Magazine asserting that more young women are having Botox injections, that if it makes them feel good and if it is not causing them harm they should keep doing it.

“Just if it’s something you can use that is not going to harm you, but it’s gonna actually make you feel better, then I think it’s great,” commented Ms McKelvey.

Dr Raul Rodriguez stated there are currently no age recommendations for the treatment and used in combination with sunscreen and moisturisers, the treatment can help people stay looking younger for longer.

Elsewhere, medical professionals in Iran have started using Botox to treat sports injuries such as Tennis Elbow – otherwise known as lateral epicondylitis.

Research has shown the paralysing nature of the treatment can help to speed up the healing process in stress injuries such as this.

Botox ‘could tackle tennis elbow’

Fri

Tennis elbow can be tackled with Botox.

Iranian doctors are injecting Botox into people suffering from tennis elbow.

According to Med India, doctors in Tehran have started using Botox injections to help relieve the suffering of those with tennis elbow as the condition can put a person in significant pain.

However, the paralysing qualities of Botox injections has been harnessed in these treatments to reduce inflammation and numb the affected nerve endings.

“We found that pain at rest and pain during maximum pinch were significantly reduced in patients with lateral epicondylitis [tennis elbow] after botulinum toxin was injected at the site,” commented Dr Mortazavi of Imam Khomeini Hospital.

The only drawback of the treatment is that can cause a decline in maximum strength in the affected area, but once the problem is healed the injections would no longer be needed and a person could go back to playing their game normally.

Elsewhere, the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Centre at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix has begun offering Botox injections to sufferers of Parkinson’s disease, as it has been found to help alleviate muscle rigidity and tremors.

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