Michigan Facial Aesthetic Surgeons offer Dysport as treatment for neck spasms (cervical dystonia)
Detroit, Michigan – Unfortunately, the reasons for neck spasms (cervical dystonia) are virtually unknown, however, what is known, Dysport is an effective treatment for muscle pain in the neck associated with spasms which can cause a tilted and/or turned neck.
To reduce abnormal head position and neck pain, Dysport is injected into muscles and reduces neck spasms associated with the cause of cervical dystonia. Our treatment is normally 3-4 times a year with no less than 12 weeks between sessions.
In some situations we may recommend physical therapy or in-home exercises which will improve the range and motion in your neck. We also compiled this list of online resources for you to learn more about neck spasms:
6 Resources for People in Michigan Who Have Neck Spasms
Dystonia Medical Research Foundation: www.dystonia-foundation.org
Dystonia Society: www.dystonia.org.uk
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke: www.ninds.nih.gov
National Spasmodic Torticollis Association: www.torticollis.org
WE MOVE : www.wemove.org
The above list of associations, societies, and medical databases are not intended to be all-inclusive, but are a representative sampling of information sources. Michigan Facial Aesthetic Surgeons are neither affiliated with nor endorses the above organizations.
If you, or one of your friends and family members in Michigan suffer from neck spasms (cervical dystonia), please email us, or call (248) 415-0210 to schedule a consultation.