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Multiple Sclerosis: Can Botox Help Neurological Injuries?


This video from McFarland Clinic, features Dr. Tara Mencias, MD, explaining how the McFarland Clinic uses botox to treat some neurological conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, strokes, and brain or spinal cord injuries.

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One comment

  1. Shasha says:

    Some people got botox for irritable bladder, but that maybe due to eating dairy. Irritable bowel maybe due to gluten. Botox is bacteria and an MS person’s immune system is not working right. Tight muscles maybe due to low Mg. I would not want to have this used on me. I currently have Lyme and it is hard to get rid of bad bacteria.

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