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MIGRAINE INJECTIONS
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MIGRAINE INJECTIONS
MIGRAINE TREATMENTS

Migraine Injections

MIGRAINE TREATMENTS

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Migraine injection treatments or “anti-migraine injections” involve the use of a natural, purified protein that when injected, the medicine enters the muscles that cause tension & triggering migraine headaches – hence relaxing these tension causing muscles to reduce migraines.

The medical team at MD Cosmedical Solutions Cosmetic Surgery Clinics – Australia’s Wrinkle Injection & Migraine Treatment Experts & Leaders – having successfully & safely performed over 100,000 treatments since 2006.

MD Cosmedical Solutions Cosmetic Surgery Clinics utilise revolutionary techniques and reputable wrinkle injection & dermal filler products with appropriate TGA approval.

“Non-Surgical Lunch-Time” 20-minute anti-migraine treatments with no downtime | Results begin immediately & continue to improve with time | Long lasting & rewarding results.

Anti-migraine injection treatments deliver excellent long-lasting results with no downtime in most patients treated with muscle relaxants.

Anti-hyperhidrosis treatment pricing is determined by the areas treated, and the number of areas to be treated | Competitive prices & Zip Pay available.

Consultations are performed by Dr. Buddy Beaini & the experienced MD Cosmedical Solutions Medical Team.

Award-Winning Platinum Anti-Migraine & Wrinkle Injection Treatment Cosmetic Clinics in operation since 2001- First Class Medical & Aesthetic Service by Experienced Cosmetic Surgery Doctors & Registered Nurses.

MD Cosmedical Solutions Migraine Injection Clinics are conveniently located in Sydney CBD (Sheraton Hotel), Wahroonga (OFF M2), Canberra (Barton) & Melbourne CBD – Undercover Parking, Close to Stations & Bus Stops.

Migraines are recurrent headaches that are usually severe and characterised by one-sided pain (although both sides can be affected), and often associated with nausea and vomiting, and sensitivity to light or sound. It can be debilitating, and the duration can be a few hours or even a day or more.

Knowing what triggers a patients migraines and avoiding these triggers, can help them manage their migraines. Common migraine triggers include:

  • stress & anxiety
  • muscle tension
  • missing meals & dieting
  • lack of sleep & fatigue
  • certain odors
  • hormone fluctuations
  • having an illness
  • some medications
  • alcohol
  • certain foods including cured meats, chocolate, caffeine, nuts, pickled foods, monosodium glutamate (MSG), aged cheese, yogurt, brown vinegar

The most effective medicines used to treat migraines are best taken as soon as migraine symptoms are noticed.

Most over-the-counter headache medicines are only helpful for people who have mild or moderate, rather than severe, migraine pain. Mild migraine pain may be helped by anti-inflammatory medicines such as aspirin. However, when taken right at the onset of symptoms, aspirin can relieve even severe migraines.

Some people find that taking caffeine, for example, by drinking a cup of strong coffee, helps stop a mild migraine progressing. This is thought to be because caffeine causes the blood vessels in your brain to narrow, which counteracts the dilation of blood vessels that is thought to partly cause the pain of migraine.

As nausea and vomiting are common with migraines, and may prevent absorption of oral migraine medicines, it is often recommended to take an anti-nausea medicine such as metoclopramide (e.g. Maxolon) along with other migraine medicines.

No migraine medicine is effective for all people, and those who do not respond to over-the-counter preparations may need special migraine medicines prescribed by their doctor.

Some special migraine medicines include the triptans (e.g. Imigran, Naramig, Zomig ), ergotamine (e.g. Cafergot) and dihydroergotamine (Dihydergot, given as an injection). The triptans are available as tablets as well as nasal sprays, wafers that dissolve on the tongue and self-injection devices, which are helpful if you have nausea and vomiting with your migraines and can’t keep tablets down.

All migraine medicines are best given at the first sign of a migraine. People who have severe or frequent migraines (more than 2-3 times a month) may need to be prescribed preventive medicine. Some examples include amitriptyline, Sandomigran, Propranolol (e.g. Inderal), Sodium Valproate, Topiramate (e.g. Topamax, Epiramax) and Verapamil. This type of preventive medicine is usually taken every day and is useful for people who have frequent, severe migraines or who have a condition that prevents them from taking any of the migraine treatment medicines.

The commonly used wrinkle treatment injections are now commonly and successfully used as a long term preventative treatment for migraines. The medicine is injected into specific head and neck muscle areas. Repeat injections may be needed after 3 to 6 months.

If you get severe headaches that are not helped by the usual over-the-counter pain medicines, see your doctor for a correct diagnosis and the best treatment options. If you are having regular migraines, ask the medical staff at MD Cosmedical Solutions if injection treatments are suitable for you.

Common migraine headache triggers include the following factors: stress, missing meals, lack of sleep, fatigue, certain odors, hormone fluctuations, some medications, alcohol, certain foods including cured meats, chocolate, caffeine, nuts, aged cheese, yogurt, brown vinegar, pickled foods, monosodium glutamate.

There are many treatment options for migraines ranging from general analgesics, anti nausea medications, preventative medications and specific migraine medications. However not all medications work for all migraine sufferers. The commonly used muscle relaxant injections are an excellent long term treatment for many migraine sufferers.

Migraine & Wrinkle Injections are widely used in the following conditions:

  • Migraines
  • Underarm Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
  • Frown Lines (Glabella)
  • Forehead Lines
  • Crows Feet
  • Brow Lifts
  • Bunny Lines
  • Lip lines
  • Chin Puckering
  • Neck Platysma Bands
  • Jawline Shaping
  • Asian Face Contouring

Legally, only experienced medically trained staff under doctors supervision should perform anti-migraine & wrinkle injection treatments. At MD Cosmedical Solutions Clinics, cosmedical doctors or their fully qualified supervised registered nurses carry out all treatments.

Following your Winkle Injection treatments:

  • Don’t massage the injected area
  • Avoid excessive exercise for 24 hours
  • The effect of the injections is usually seen 3 -10 days after treatment

Typically the migraine symptoms will recur 3 to 4 months after treatment. At this point, a repeat treatment is recommended to avoid recurrence of migraines.

Migraines are recurrent headaches that are usually severe and characterised by one-sided pain (although both sides can be affected), and often associated with nausea and vomiting, and sensitivity to light or sound. It can be debilitating, and the duration can be a few hours or even a day or more.

Knowing what triggers a patients migraines and avoiding these triggers, can help them manage their migraines. Common migraine triggers include:

  • stress & anxiety
  • muscle tension
  • missing meals & dieting
  • lack of sleep & fatigue
  • certain odors
  • hormone fluctuations
  • having an illness
  • some medications
  • alcohol
  • certain foods including cured meats, chocolate, caffeine, nuts, pickled foods, monosodium glutamate (MSG), aged cheese, yogurt, brown vinegar

The most effective medicines used to treat migraines are best taken as soon as migraine symptoms are noticed.

Most over-the-counter headache medicines are only helpful for people who have mild or moderate, rather than severe, migraine pain. Mild migraine pain may be helped by anti-inflammatory medicines such as aspirin. However, when taken right at the onset of symptoms, aspirin can relieve even severe migraines.

Some people find that taking caffeine, for example, by drinking a cup of strong coffee, helps stop a mild migraine progressing. This is thought to be because caffeine causes the blood vessels in your brain to narrow, which counteracts the dilation of blood vessels that is thought to partly cause the pain of migraine.

As nausea and vomiting are common with migraines, and may prevent absorption of oral migraine medicines, it is often recommended to take an anti-nausea medicine such as metoclopramide (e.g. Maxolon) along with other migraine medicines.

No migraine medicine is effective for all people, and those who do not respond to over-the-counter preparations may need special migraine medicines prescribed by their doctor.

Some special migraine medicines include the triptans (e.g. Imigran, Naramig, Zomig ), ergotamine (e.g. Cafergot) and dihydroergotamine (Dihydergot, given as an injection). The triptans are available as tablets as well as nasal sprays, wafers that dissolve on the tongue and self-injection devices, which are helpful if you have nausea and vomiting with your migraines and can’t keep tablets down.

All migraine medicines are best given at the first sign of a migraine. People who have severe or frequent migraines (more than 2-3 times a month) may need to be prescribed preventive medicine. Some examples include amitriptyline, Sandomigran, Propranolol (e.g. Inderal), Sodium Valproate, Topiramate (e.g. Topamax, Epiramax) and Verapamil. This type of preventive medicine is usually taken every day and is useful for people who have frequent, severe migraines or who have a condition that prevents them from taking any of the migraine treatment medicines.

The commonly used wrinkle treatment injections are now commonly and successfully used as a long term preventative treatment for migraines. The medicine is injected into specific head and neck muscle areas. Repeat injections may be needed after 3 to 6 months.

If you get severe headaches that are not helped by the usual over-the-counter pain medicines, see your doctor for a correct diagnosis and the best treatment options. If you are having regular migraines, ask the medical staff at MD Cosmedical Solutions if injection treatments are suitable for you.

Common migraine headache triggers include the following factors: stress, missing meals, lack of sleep, fatigue, certain odors, hormone fluctuations, some medications, alcohol, certain foods including cured meats, chocolate, caffeine, nuts, aged cheese, yogurt, brown vinegar, pickled foods, monosodium glutamate.

There are many treatment options for migraines ranging from general analgesics, anti nausea medications, preventative medications and specific migraine medications. However not all medications work for all migraine sufferers. The commonly used muscle relaxant injections are an excellent long term treatment for many migraine sufferers.

Migraine & Wrinkle Injections are widely used in the following conditions:

  • Migraines
  • Underarm Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
  • Frown Lines (Glabella)
  • Forehead Lines
  • Crows Feet
  • Brow Lifts
  • Bunny Lines
  • Lip lines
  • Chin Puckering
  • Neck Platysma Bands
  • Jawline Shaping
  • Asian Face Contouring

Legally, only experienced medically trained staff under doctors supervision should perform anti-migraine & wrinkle injection treatments. At MD Cosmedical Solutions Clinics, cosmedical doctors or their fully qualified supervised registered nurses carry out all treatments.

Following your Winkle Injection treatments:

  • Don’t massage the injected area
  • Avoid excessive exercise for 24 hours
  • The effect of the injections is usually seen 3 -10 days after treatment

Typically the migraine symptoms will recur 3 to 4 months after treatment. At this point, a repeat treatment is recommended to avoid recurrence of migraines.

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Treatment Expertise:

  • Aptos Thread Lifts Face, Neck, Brow, Nose, Body, Vagina
  • Blepharoplasty Eyelid Hooding Surgery
  • Liposuction
  • Renuvion J-Plasma Skin Tightening
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Hayley made the transition into cosmetic injectables to pursue her passion for helping people achieve greater self-confidence through non-surgical treatments that enable them to attain a more youthful, rejuvenated version of themselves.

Hayley’s expertise is in cosmetic injectables, however she is also experienced in other dermal therapies such as skin needling, rejuvenating laser therapies, skin peels and platelet rich plasma for facial rejuvenation and acne scarring. Hayley is also here to provide post-operative support to patients who have received cosmetic surgical treatment in our Canberra clinic.

Elena joined MD Cosmedical Solutions in 2018 where she became our leading nurse in our Sydney CBD Clinic. On a daily basis Elena performs, Cosmetic Injectables, Fraxel, Thermage, Nightlase & various other laser treatments. Prior to joining the team at MD Cosmedical Solutions, Elena worked at Fairfield Hospital, Results Laser Clinic & Australian Laser Clinics where she gained a lot of knowledge and professional skills that have allowed her to excel through her career. Elena has a passion for the cosmetic Industry where she cares for every single one of her clients to deliver them with a service that goes above their expectations. 

Patricia started her nursing career at Gosford Hospital at The Central  Coast in Sydney then worked at Hornsby Hospital on a Medical / Cardiology ward and moved to Intensive Care Unit. Also, worked in Aged Care facilities Second in Charge.

Patricia’s passion for helping patients look and feel better about themselves has led her to the journey of the Cosmedical Journey and has worked in Melbourne at the Anti-aging Cosmedical group from 2010 till 2014. Thereafter Patricia joined the MD Cosmedical solution team in 2014.

As an enthusiastic and passionate Registered Nurse with extensive experience in cosmetic medicine, Patricia is committed to the provision of high quality, evidence-based and safe cosmetic medicine services. Committed to a safe practice, Patricia ensures that patients are sufficiently educated in all aspects of their treatment to feel confident about undertaking any procedure. Her well-developed clinical reasoning and patient assessment skills, as well as her ability to build rapport with clients, enable Patricia to make a strong contribution to positive patient outcomes. 

Patricia is highly competent in the provision of anti-ageing treatments such as anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and specialized laser treatments, and has demonstrated track record of achieving excellent results for clients.

She began her career in 1976 and has worked in many hospitals in Sydney including the Sydney Adventist Hospital for over 20 years. Marta has worked overseas in the Netherlands for 2 years attaining her A- RN Diploma.

Marta is highly competent in the provision of anti-ageing treatments such as anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and specialised laser treatments, and has demonstrated track record of achieving excellent results for clients.

Marta has kept up to date with attending conventions, workshops and seminars in Aesthetics. She has multiple training certificates and has an aesthetic eye for detail.

Her expertise, passion and commitment to her clients is well recognized, with an abundance of excellent testimonials from her long term clients.

University Studies:

  • Attended The University of New South Wales and graduated with Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery Degrees
  • Hospital training at St Vincents Hospital, Royal Womens Hospital, Lidcombe Hospital, Prince Henry Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital, Wollongong Hospital

Hospital Appointments:

  • Internship at Wollongong Hospital 1988 – 1989
  • Resident Medical Officer Westmead Hospital 1989 -1991
  • Surgical Registrar Westmead Hospital 1991-1992

Treatment Expertise:
-Aptos Thread Lifts Face, Neck, Brow, Nose, Body
-Bat Ear Pinning – Non-Surgical Otoplasty
-Blepharoplasty Eyelid Hooding Surgery
-Laser Liposuction
-J-Plasma Skin Tightening
-Fat Transfer Face
-MACS Face Lift
-Fat Transfer Arthritic Joints & Soft Tissue Repair
- Joints
-Fraxel CO2 Laser


-Fraxel Restore Laser
-Thermage FLX Skin Tightening
-Laser Face & Leg Vein Treatments
-Keloid Scar Treatment
-Acne & Acne Scar Treatment
-Rosacea Treatment
-Calcaneal Spur Injections
-Baggy Eyes Fat Removal Injections
-Migraine & Hyperhidrosis Injections
-Dermal Fillers & Wrinkle Injections