Ellie – July 2000
In 1992, Dr. Binder conducted clinical studies in which he used Botox to improve the condition of wrinkles. He noticed a correlation between Botox and the alleviation of migraines suffered by the patients. He continued to study these effects and later discovered that Botox can be used to treat migraines. Read more about his discovery in Elle magazine’s July 2000 issue.
If migraine sufferers have ever felt like taking a shot to the head, they may want to consider Botox. The wrinkle-reducing treatment is said to deliver immediate and long-term relief when injected into various parts of the forehead, according to Los Angeles plastic reconstructive surgeon William Binder, M.D.