The SPG Block or Spenopalatine Ganglion Block is often touted as the miracle headache cure. There are various methods of doing sphenopalatine ganglion blocks.
The Sphenopalatine Ganglion or SPG Ganglion is an parasympathetic autonomic ganglion found in the pterygopalatine fossa. It is also called the Pterygopalatine Ganglion and the Nasal Ganglion. The Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block has been called the “Miracle cure for Headaches and Migraines”. It is not a miracle cure but can give some patients miraculous headache relief.
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Spenopalatine Blocks can be done trans-nasally or by various injection techniques. Painless trans-nasal is the preferred approach.
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The following paragraph is taken from the MiRx website:
“The MiRx Protocol is a treatment program designed to cure headaches, facial pain, and head pain. The protocol is made up of two parts. The first stage of treatment stops the reaction of the nervous system and alleviates the headache pain. This is referred to as the medical component. The second stage of the MiRx Protocol treats and rehabilitates the underlying condition, which is the physical component. These two combined can effectively eliminate the conditions causing your headache or face pain. These two components work together to provide long-term headache relief.”
The Trigeminal Nerve is is a primary culprit in almost all headaches whether they are vascular, muscular or neurogenic. Irritation of the trigeminal nerve or Trigeminal Neuralgia is one of the most severe forms of pain patients experience. The ice cream headache is an example of how extreme cold can effect the sensory branches of the Trigeminal nerve and create intense pain. The ice cream headache or brain freeze has been called asphenopalatine ganglion neuralgia but it is actually pain coming from the maxillary branches of the trigeminal nerve.
Noxious input to the trigeminal nerve can cause create central nervous system changes that predispose patients to all types of headaches. TMJ disorders are also connected to the Trigeminal Nerve and all types of headaches. The reason Neuromuscular orthotics are so effective in eliminating and preventing all types of headaches is that they reduce noxious input from the trigeminal nerves. These nerves innervate the sinuses and are almost always involved in all sinus headaches.
Treatment of TMJ disorders would be the physical component of MiRx protocol.
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Sphenopalatine Ganglion Blocks: An answer for Chronic Pain from TMJ, Migraine and Headache and neck and shoulder pain.
Described in the Best Selling Book “MIRACLES ON PARK AVENUE”
s an excellent treatment modality for all types of chronic pain resistant to other treatments. The SPG Block can help restore your quality of life.
The SPG Block may not cure an underlying illness but it can be a life changing treatment of pain.
The Sphenopalatine Ganglion is the largest Parasympathetic Ganglion in the head but also carries sympathetic nerve fibers. The Trigeminal nerve which is responsible for all migraines and headaches passes thru the ganglion but has no cell bodies.
The Autonomic nervous system controls the fight or flight sympathetic system and blocking it has been used to treat severe anxiety and depression as well as pain.
View the videos to hear actual patients discuss SPG Blocks. One video shows cotton applicators in place while patients discuss effects of the SPG Block.
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A popular book “Miracles on Park Ave” was the story of a New York City physician whose entire practice consisted of treating a wide variety of pain conditions with SPG Blocks.