What is the MiRx Protocol?
The MiRx™ Protocol, a revolutionary new treatment program developed by Innovative Treatment Solutions for total head pain resolution using the FDA cleared Tx360.
A headache is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck. A “headache” is not a condition but a symptom having many possible causes. There are over 200 different classifications of headaches, making it dificult to identify and treat.
MiRx – Combining Medical and Physical Therapy to Treat Headaches and Migraines
The MiRx™ Protocol was specifically designed to be an integrated migraine treatment and headache treatment program to address the different aspects of head pain. To achieve this effectively, a series of medical procedures are integrated with a physical therapy treatment plan over a 4 to 6 week period.
The medical procedure in the program treat the chemical imbalances which lead to migraines and associated headaches. Whereas, the physical therapy component of the program, addresses any bio-mechanical imbalances which cause neck pain and lead to tension headaches.
The developers of the MiRx™ Protocol have incorporated a revolutionary new FDA cleared technology which essentially allows a previously uncomfortable and painful nerve block procedure to be done as a physician administered nasal spray. Painless and quick. Patients experience migraine relief ,and or, headache relief in minutes.
MiRx™ Protocol – Key Benefits
- Fast Treatment
- Minimal Discomfort
- Swift Relief
- Fully Covered by PPO and Medicare Insurance
The MiRx™ Protocol most effectively treats:
- Atypical face pain
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Cluster headaches
- Tension Headache
- Migraine Headaches with or without AURA
Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block
This nerve block procedure has been done for the last 100 years with cue tips and X-ray guided injections to numb out a specific bundle of nerves (Sphenopalatine ganglion-SPG), deep within the nasal cavity. The SPG has been a target site for the treatment of severe headache pain, mainly applying lidocaine and other agents to the SPG to achieve a nerve block. The nerve block has been known to provide immediate head pain relief in chemically induced headpain.