Using Botox to effectively reduce painful muscle spasms is a relatively new idea, and we are eager to share with others the new applications for patients in need of this type of therapy.
Troy, MI (Vocus/PRWEB) April 12, 2011
AmeriCare Medical, the 30 year-old leader in catastrophic injury “after care”, as well as other home nursing services in Southeast Michigan, will host a symposium on the utilization of Botox in pain management. The event will be held at Maggiano’s Little Italy in Troy on Thursday, April 14 from 11:00am – 1:00pm. Well-known doctor and pain management expert Dr. Todd Lininger of Neuro-Pain Consultants of Bloomfield Township will be the special guest speaker and discuss the importance of this cutting edge therapy.
“We are very fortunate to have Dr. Lininger speak,” says AmeriCare Medical President Gregory Jamian. “He is one of the foremost experts on pain management in the state of Michigan. AmeriCare is underwriting this symposium in an effort to get the word out, to benefit patients that are suffering from pain due to muscle spasms as a result of an injury or other condition. Using Botox to effectively reduce painful muscle spasms is a relatively new idea, and we are eager to share with others the new applications for patients in need of this type of therapy.”
Botox injection, the all-time popular anti-aging formula, has now been found to be effective in many other ailments. Intensive research and studies have shown that Botox is capable of providing almost instantaneous relief to patients who suffer from various chronic pain conditions. The FDA has given its approval for very specific medical purposes, and many leading multi-specialty healthcare centers have started to offer the treatment.
Dr. Lininger has been practicing his passion for pain management since 1988. After graduating from Wayne State University School of Medicine with honors and completing his Pain Management Fellowship at Sinai Hospital in Detroit, he also completed his Master of Arts in Theology /Pastoral Ministry from Marygrove College. Dr. Lininger is currently the Pain Management Fellowship Director at Wayne State University School of Medicine.
For more information, or to attend the symposium, please contact Cristina Shallal at 248-288-2270, or cshallal(at)americaremedical(dot)com.