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Doctors have been using BOTOX® to treat Cervical Dystonia since it was FDA approved in 2000.

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In the Cervical Dystonia clinical study, patients treated with BOTOX® saw a reduction in abnormal head position.

Results from a key clinical study showed that after receiving BOTOX® treatment (as compared with placebo), people with Cervical Dystonia had:

  • Improved head position
  • Overall improvements (based on a physician assessment scale)
  • Reduced intensity and frequency of neck pain

How BOTOX® Works

BOTOX® works by temporarily blocking the nerve signals that cause muscle contractions.

Cervical Dystonia is a brain disorder characterized by involuntary spasms of neck muscles that cause abnormal head and neck postures and movements.

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BOTOX® is injected into the affected muscles and blocks the signals that tell the muscles to contract.

As a result, muscle contractions may be reduced.

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Treatment once every 12 weeks

There is no daily treatment required with BOTOX®. Your specialist will administer BOTOX® treatments by injecting the medicine directly into the affected muscles. You can get treated again after the effect of the previous injection has worn off but no sooner than every 12 weeks.

Talk to your doctor today to see if BOTOX® may be right for you.


Possible Side Effects

The needles used for BOTOX® injections are fine, but you may experience some pain, swelling, and other reactions at the injection sites.

The most common side effects of BOTOX® include difficulty swallowing, upper respiratory infection, neck pain, and headache. Other side effects include increased cough, flu syndrome, back pain, inflammation of the nasal passages, dizziness, increased muscle tone or stiffness, soreness at injection site, general weakness/fatigue or lack of energy, oral dryness, speech disorder, fever, nausea, and drowsiness. Stiffness, numbness, double vision, drooping or falling of upper eyelid, and trouble breathing have also been reported. 

These do not cover all the possible serious side effects of BOTOX®. Please see the full Product Information, including Boxed Warning and Medication Guide, and the Important Safety Information, and talk to your doctor to learn more.

Find a BOTOX® Specialist

Find a doctor near you who is experienced with BOTOX® therapy and can help treat your Cervical Dystonia.

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Please note: Although we update our directory regularly, this list may not have current provider information. This list is compiled by AbbVie and includes physicians known to have experience with BOTOX® in the past 5 years. The results shown may not be inclusive of all physicians who may have experience with BOTOX® or therapies like BOTOX® in your area. Please see the Terms & Conditions for additional details.

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You may pay as little as $0

for out-of-pocket costs not covered by commercial insurance.

By participating in the BOTOX® Savings Program, you acknowledge and agree to the full Terms & Conditions set out at BOTOXSavingsProgram.com/TermsandConditions. Patients enrolled in Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE, or any other government-reimbursed healthcare program are not eligible. Other restrictions and maximum limits apply.

Text SAVE to 27747* or visit BOTOXSavingsProgram.com to check your eligibility.

*See Privacy & Terms: BOTOXSavingsProgram.com/eligibility. Message & data rates may apply. Message frequency may vary. Text HELP for help or STOP to end.