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Tx360® for Headaches

New Headache Treatment

Gone are the days of long, painful, and dangerous headache treatment procedures. Thanks to a new tool and a new simple procedure, patients are experiencing an immediate pain free result that is covered by Medicare and most insurance companies.

The New Tool

Tx360® is a FDA approved, single-use, disposable catheter that delivers medication through the nasal passages to a difficult-to-reach ganglion located at the back of the nose easily, safely, efficiently and accurately.


The benefits of our new headache treatment far outweigh the temporary risks. This is especially true when consider the alternatives.

  • No Sedation
  • No Expensive Equipment
  • Single Use Applicator
  • Painless
  • Immediate Relief
  • Long Term Results Possible

Headache Relief and SPG Nerve Blocks

Though widely accepted as effective, SPG blocks are not popular with physicians because the traditional methods are painful for the patient and demanding for the caregiver. The new method using the Tx360 eliminates those concerns. After a brief medical exam the simple procedure is as follows:

  1. The patient will remain seated during the procedure.
  2. The device will be placed into one nostril and the catheter will be advanced.
  3. The numbing medication (0.3 cc of 0.5% bupivacaine) will be pushed through the syringe, and then the catheter will be taken out.
  4. This will be repeated with the other nostril.

NOTE: The procedure takes between 10-20 seconds and you can leave after the procedure is completed. These blocks are given 2 to 3 times per week for a period of 4 to 6 weeks.


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