Asthma Cure: The Forgotten Asthma Cure. When Pharmaceuticals are not the Best Treatment.

Asthma can be a very disabling disease and it is usually managed rather than cured. Two old treatments that may cure asthma, forgotten medicine, are being reviewed here. We are currently in a phase in medicine where we are looking for pharmaceutical answers to all problems. 450 Billion dollars is spent annually in the US on more than 4 billion …

Trigeminal Neuralgia: Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block Treatment

I recently saw a physician who came in to learn how to do nasal catheter treatment blocks of the Sphenopalatine Ganglion. He had a history of decompression surgery followed by 18 months of very severe pain and never achieved complete relief. I brought him in and administered an SPG Block with lidocaine and it relieved his trigeminal Neuralgia Symptoms. I …

Hemicrania Continua: New Treatment is Good News for Patients

A new case report (pubmed abstract below) was just published in Headache, March 2016 Hemicrania Continua discusses a case report of a sufferer responding to repetitive sphenopalatine ganglion blocks. The typical treatment is indomethacin a powerful non-steroidal that many patients do not tolerate. The patient was a 52 year old with a 7 year history of problems. SPG Blocks (Sphenopalatine …

REBOOTING THE BRAIN: TREATMENT FOR ANXIETY, DEPRESSION AND MIGRAINE AND OTHER CHRONIC PAIN

Chronic pain, anxiety and depression create enormous suffering, destroy families and cost hundreds billions of dollars in treatment costs and lost productivity. The Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block has been called the “Migraine Miracle” treatment. Side effects include decreased anxiety, depression and blood pressure. If we have a computer that isn’t working right we reboot it to correct the programing. Our brain …

Unusual presentation of pain: TMJ, MPD or Neuralgia Symptoms. Diagnostic SPG Block may help in diagnosis.

Christina asks: Tell us about your headaches…: They happen randomly varying throughout different areas in my head. Most of the time they come on quickly n for no obvious reason. I could just be laying in bed doing nothing or I’ve had them come on real strong while I was talking or laughing then quit as soon as I quit …