Can Botox Actually Cure Your Migraines? We Asked a Neurologist

For those of you who have never experienced a migraine, I envy you. When a migraine hits, the pain experienced is not exaggerated—the throbbing from an intense headache on top of nausea and sensitivity to any sort of noise make you feel pretty helpless.

Botox for migraines has been something that has flown under the radar, as many people know Botox as a procedure simply aimed at hiding fine lines. We turned to Matthew S. Robbins, MD, director of inpatient services at Montefiore Headache Center and the chief of neurology at the Jack D. Weiler Hospital, Montefiore, to break down the procedure for us. Scroll down to see what he has to say.