Pain Points: Managing Acute and Chronic Pain following Facial Plastic Surgery
My singular invention is the treatment of both acute and chronic pain for my patients. I have used my unique technique to fix a ton of conditions that no one in the world can manage the way that I do including fixing migraines, TMJ issues, joint pain, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, shingle pain, and even using it to fix long Covid smell and taste problems, allergies, rhinitis, sinusitis, dry eyes, and allergic eyes. However, the focus of this short blog is to talk about how I use this technique for my facial plastic surgery patients regarding plastic surgery related pain, a topic that I will be lecturing on at the end of October in Las Vegas at the Fall meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) and which I discussed in my recently released book in July 2023, Hair Transplant 101, published by Quality Medical Publishing.
I now no longer worry if a patient following a facelift, otoplasty, fat transfer, hair transplant, etc., has any discomfort since I am confident I can immediately fix it. I can easily treat the pain with Botox with instant relief. It truly defies logic but I have done this method that I invented now for close to 20 years. Fortunately, I do not see any chronic nerve issues in my patients but during the first week after a procedure I can manage the pain where you should have almost none to speak of using my innovative Botox technique. I started doing this treatment 17 years ago after a facelift I performed had a 7 out of 10 of pain. I tried everything to fix it and I simply couldn’t manage it. I tried a long-lasting anesthetic, steroids, etc., to no avail. A drop of perfectly placed Botox immediately relieved the pain and it never came back. Now one of the first questions I ask a patient is whether he or she is experiencing any pain whatsoever and if so then I can easily treat it. The trick of the technique is to place the Botox so that slight pain is elicited from the injection, which is followed with immediate relief. I honestly do not know why there is such sudden relief because Botox for wrinkles can take many hours if not days to see the improvement. However, there is no doubt that the relief is instant, so I do not need to guess if it worked or not. I have helped my colleagues across the United States, including this week, deal with some rare chronic pain issues in their patients which they have been unable to successfully handle. In short, I am very confident that I can not only treat your pain following a cosmetic facial surgery or hair transplant with me but also if you have the long list of types of acute or chronic pain that I have mentioned above.