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About The Migraine Relief Center
Migraines run in some families, but what runs in the Khorsandi family is slightly different: an interest in alleviating migraines. That's why Drs. Mark and Chris Khorsandi teamed up to found The Migraine Relief Center. Here, they draw on years of medical experience to treat a condition that affects 30 million Americans per year.
How are they so effective? For starters, they don't rely on typical migraine medications, which can have serious side effects such as memory loss. Instead, the brothers focus on alternative solutions.
One such solution is injecting Botox into strategic points in the head and neck. In 2010, the wrinkle-fighter was approved by the FDA for use as a treatment for chronic migraines. However, Botox is expensive, and many migraine sufferers find they need injections every 3–6 months. So the doctors at The Migraine Relief Center first use Botox to pinpoint trigger areas and then can perform surgery to remedy the headaches.