We found a report of Botox applied to the toes of Raynaud's sufferers. While the sample size was extremely limited (three women), results are promising.
The University of Central Florida College of Medicine is currently undergoing a research study on Botox® as a treatment for Raynaud's sufferers.
Little information has been published on the use of Botox® treatments for Raynaud's, so we were glad to find a useful article on the Warm&Cool.com web site.
Botox® has shown promising results in treating Raynaud's, so we're glad to see the exploration of more clinical trials of Botox® for Raynaud's.
The recruitment for this research is now completed - the study is closed. Thanks to all who responded. We've been contacted by a researcher at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City to help recruit Raynaud's patients for a clinical trial using Botox® to relieve symptoms from Raynaud's phenomenon. If you're in the NY Metro area, over