NEUROBLOC® (MYOBLOC®) 10000U
Manufacturer : Solstice Neurosciences
Active Substance(s) : Botulinum toxin type B
Strength : 10,000U
Pack Size : 1 vial
Accessories : Package Insert
|1 - 5 pack(s)||$569.00 USD|
|6 - 10 pack(s)||$564.00 USD|
|11 - 20 pack(s)||$559.00 USD|
|21 - 50 pack(s)||$554.00 USD|
|51+ pack(s)||$549.00 USD|
When your patients are in need of an effective treatment for cervical dystonia, you can recommend Neurobloc treatments, an injectable that helps to relax the muscles, which you easily purchase from Doctor Medica. To begin your order, simply register an account with us at doctormedica.com. Once your account has been approved, you can browse our website to choose the injectables that fit the needs of your clinic. Once we’ve authorized your method of payment, you can order online, by phone, fax, or email. After you purchase Neurobloc from Doctor Medica, you can expect your order to be shipped out to your medical practice within 48 hours. Once you’ve received your order from Doctor Medica, and are pleased with your shopping experience, be sure to refer us to other licensed practitioners to receive $400 off your next order!
When you receive Neurobloc from Doctor Medica, your package will contain one vial of injectable solution, along with a packaging insert outlining ingredients and other important information to discuss with your patient before use.
Neurobloc is a long-lasting cervical dystonia treatment designed to correct the abnormal head position and chronic neck pain caused by the condition. This injectable solution is trusted by licensed practitioners in reducing the pain associated with muscle contractions, spasms, and other symptoms of the condition that produce discomfort. Plus, Neurobloc is a botulinum toxin type B which helps patients who have stopped responding to type A treatments.
Neurobloc is made of Botulinum toxin type B, a substance that temporarily blocks the nerve signals to suspend muscle contractions.
Neurobloc is made from ingredients that pause the release of acetylcholine, the chemical messenger that prompts the muscles to contract and cause discomfort in the case of patients with cervical dystonia. Relaxing these muscles from contracting and having spasms can reduce the debilitating symptoms of this muscle condition.
Store the vial of Neurobloc that you receive from Doctor Medica in a refrigerator at 2°C- 8°C. Since the solution does not need to be reconstituted, simply inject Neurobloc into the neck and shoulder muscles that are causing your patient pain.
Designed specifically to treat the symptoms of cervical dystonia, Neurobloc treatments can take up to 30 minutes to complete.
Only licensed practitioners can administer Neurobloc treatments to patients with neck pain and muscle contractions, of which are symptoms that affect patients with cervical dystonia, also referred to as torticollis.
Neurobloc can be injected into the neck and shoulder muscles in order to reduce the discomfort brought on by cervical dystonia, often causing the head to tilt to one side due to the intensity of the muscle contractions and spasms.
The pain-relieving results of Neurobloc treatments typically last about 12-16 weeks. It is not recommend to repeat injections on a regular basis. Construct a safe and effective treatment plan with your patient before administering the method of application.
Neurobloc treatments are used to help patients with cervical dystonia return their heads to an upright position, relieving the pain triggered by the condition, and enabling patients to perform everyday activities without discomfort. When your patients no longer respond to botulinum type A treatments, call or visit our website to order Neurobloc to take cervical dystonia treatments to the next level using botulinum type B. Order Neurobloc from Doctor Medica today to bring normalcy back into your patients’ lives.
WHO IS NEUROBLOC INTENDED FOR?
Neurobloc treatments are intended for patients who are experiencing neck pain and other discomforts caused by cervical dystonia, a muscle condition causing abnormal movements, spasms, and muscle contractions affecting the patient’s posture of the head and neck. Depending on the severity of the condition, these patients may experience jerky head movements, pain, and periodic spasms that begin in the neck and spread into the shoulders. Relieve your patients from these symptoms for approximately 12-16 weeks.
Patients may experience mild and common side effects, like pain at the injection site. For a full list of side effects, precautions, and contraindications, refer to the injectable’s product leaflet.