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A Revolutionary Migraine Headache Pain Relief Treatment in 3 Simple Steps
The SphenoCath® SPG block procedure success rate is 94 percent, which is remarkable for any medical procedure. Because of its efficacy, patients can expect pain relief with long-lasting relief for most kinds of headache pain.
Step OneTEMPERATURE STRIPS
Apply adhesive temperature strips to the maxillary region (sides of the face) for monitoring the temperature as an indicator of a successful SPG block.
Apply Lidocaine jely to the tip of the catheter to numb nasal passage during the insertion. Attach syringe containing 2% Lidocaine to the catheter.
Insert the catheter into the nasal passage and gently move forward until posterior septum. Release Lidocaine onto the Ganglion and slowly remove the catheter. Repeat with other nostril.
The three indicators of a good SPG block are a temperature elevation change, moisture in the eyes and slight redness of the eyes. And the best indicator, complete resolution of pain symptoms!
A Scientific Breakthrough in Migraine Headache Pain Relief
A simple, fast and safe procedure that allows most qualified patients to live life to their fullest without living with constant headache pain.
It Only Takes
This fast, easy and comfortable procedure is a gateway to lasting pain relief.
This procedure provides a much higher SPG block success rates with lower risks involved.
A minimally invasive, non-surgical and fast procedure that lets you get back to your day immediately.
Unlike many other treatments, SphenoCath® can be used safely during pregnancy.
Low cost and covered by some insurance companies and provincial health plans.
and Live Life
SphenoCath® gives you the ability to return to job or daily activities immediately.
Chronic Pain News
What is a Temporomandibular Joint Disorder?The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint located just before your ears on either side of your head. These joints attach your mandible (jawbone) with your temporal bone (skull). One of the most complex joints in the body is considered the TMJ, which rotates and moves laterally in each direction. This joint allows you to chew, drink, talk and yawn in tandem with other muscles and ligaments. If you have a muscle, bone, or other tissue problem in and around the TMJ area, you may develop a Temporomandibular Joint Disorder.
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SphenoCath® Treatment in Canada – Are You a Candidate?A new and revolutionary therapy may benefit chronic migraine and facial pain sufferers. SphenoCath® treatment in Canada goes straight to the sphenopalatine ganglion with pain relieving medication. This is a non-invasive procedure and does not require a needle to be used. It is a short solution to providing enduring relief from migraine and other facial cranial pain.
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