Residents of New York who suffer from migraine headaches may finally find relief with a unique solution offered by Complete Wellness NYC, located in Upper East Side. MiRx Protocol can provide fast relief via a specialized nasal spray.
Sphenopalatine ganglion block, better known as MiRx is a migraine and headache relief therapy requiring less than a minute to use. Once delivered via a nasal spray device, it halts migraine headaches within minutes. MiRx is widely deemed to be both safe and highly effective for several types of headaches, as well as for other conditions including trigeminal neuralgia.
Who Is a Good Candidate for MiRx Migraine Therapy?
This therapy is a good fit for many people who may have struggled with migraine headaches for years. Anyone with chronic migraines or stress headaches may finally be able to find relief through MiRx. Many people with chronic migraines have tried antidepressant medications, prescription pain relievers, over-the-counter medications, Botox injections, and many other remedies with no relief. MiRx may be the ideal answer for many of these people. To determine whether a patient is a good candidate, the team at Complete Wellness NYC created a noninvasive pretreatment analysis. If the analysis reveals that MiRx is likely to be a good fit, the patient may have migraine relief very quickly.
How Does MiRx Treatment Work?
The treatment begins with an SPG nerve block. A topical anesthetic is applied to the very back of the sinuses through a highly flexible and soft tube. Once the area is numbed, the sphenopalatine ganglion block is performed. This FDA approved technique will not cause any pain thanks to the anesthetic that was previously applied. Headache pain will typically be gone almost immediately. Sometimes biomechanical imbalances could be contributing to the migraines, so those issues are often addressed after the MiRx therapy is done. These additional treatments can include chiropractic care, stress management, physical therapy for postural correction, and even dietary adjustment. If patients are diligent about following the whole treatment plan, they will often be able to get long-term migraine relief even after just one MiRx treatment. If additional treatments are needed, they are typically scheduled between one month and six weeks apart.
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