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NEW LOCATION: Calle Havre 239-L-04, Díaz Ordaz, 48310 Puerto Vallarta, Jal.

NEW LOCATION:

Calle Havre 239-L-04, Díaz Ordaz, 48310 Puerto Vallarta, Jal.

Back Muscle Contractures

Back Muscle Contractures

Back muscle contractures refer to the involuntary tightening or shortening of the muscles in the back, leading to limited movement and stiffness. These contractures can occur as a result of various factors, such as muscle imbalances, prolonged immobility, injury, or neurological conditions.

The Treatment:

Therapeutical Botox is used to reduce muscle spasticity and relieve associated symptoms. The injections are strategically administered to specific points within the affected muscles, targeting the overactive muscle fibers responsible for the contracture. By relaxing these muscles, Botox can help restore a more normal range of motion, alleviate pain, and improve overall function.

Treatment info

Price
Medical Evaluation Required
Anesthetic
Not necessary
Safety
Extremely safe
Duration
20 minutes
Effect duration
3-6 Months
Pain (0-10)
3

Recovery information

After treatment:

Don’t rub the treated area, for the next 4 hours. Avoid saunas, pools or beaches in 24 hours. Don´t exercise in 24 hours. Don´t drink alcohol or smoke in 24 hours.

Recovery:

The recovery time it’s right away, sometimes redness of the skin, swelling or bruises may occur.

Effect Duration:

Everyone’s body is different and so are the results, on average you´ll be able to enjoy the results from 3 to 6 months.

Why treat back muscle contractures?

 Botox injections can provide temporary relief for back muscle contractures, they are typically used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan that may include physical therapy, stretching exercises, and other interventions to address the underlying causes of the contractures. The effects of Botox injections are temporary and usually last for a few months, after which further injections may be required if necessary.

Free intake

Rejuvenate Clinic offers consultations with one of our physicians prior to any treatment or treatments you may express interest in. We use our intakes to consider possible medical objections to desired treatments, map out treatment areas and offer personalized advice in line with your preferences and options.

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