MiRx Protocol: A New Approach to Migraine & Headache Relief
Each year consumers spend more than $4 billion dollars on over the counter headache medications to try to temporarily mask their headache pain. But anyone who suffers with chronic headaches and migraines knows the frustrations. The relief, if any is short term. The risk of dangerous side effects is high, and OTC pain medications do nothing to prevent the next big headache right around the corner.
That’s what makes the MiRx Protocol so exciting. It’s a whole new approach with a goal of providing instant migraine relief, that is safe with long lasting results!
Finally Reaching the Source of Pain with Instant Migraine Relief
For years scientists have known that migraine, headache and facial pain is controlled by a nerve cluster called the Sphenopalatine Ganglion (SPG) located in a difficult to reach area of the nasal cavity. The challenge has been, how to get medication or a topical anesthetic to the SPG to provide immediate headache relief without painful treatments or even invasive surgery. With the MiRx Protocol, the solution is as simple as a nasal spray. The procedure isn’t painful and takes a few seconds.
How MiRx Works – Simple as a Nasal Spray
It starts with an easy to use applicator and a simple nasal spray. Because the SPG is located deep in the nasal cavity, a normal nasal spray cannot reach the desired location. Unlike other nasal sprays, the revolutionary, Tx360™ nasal applicator has a soft flexible extension that allows the anesthetic agent to be sprayed directly on to the SPG. There are no needles.
The result is instant headache relief. The treatment takes less than a minute and most patients report a pain rating decrease from an eight to a two within seconds.
Fast and Safe – No Long-term Complications
With our MiRx Protocol, you can avoid the complications or potentially dangerous side effects associated with long-term use of prescription medications or OTC painkillers. The MiRx Protocol is also safe for use on pregnant patients.
This is a total headache and migraine treatment plan. The MiRx Protocol has been clinically proven to provide long-term results with instant migraine & headache relief. Some patients can experience lasting migraine relief after just one treatment. Those, who have experienced chronic migraines or headaches for years may require the full treatment program for maximum benefit.
HOW MiRx WORKS
The MiRx Protocol is a treatment program designed to treat migraine, headache, facial pain, and head pain. The protocol is composed 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 effectively eliminate the conditions causing your headache or face pain. These two components work together to provide long-term migraine relief.
The medical component of the MiRx Protocol uses clinical testing to make sure you qualify for the treatment. The data collected also helps identify obvious triggers of the headaches.
Most patients qualify for the procedure and are treated during the first visit.
After the initial exam and free consultation, our Doctor will prepare you for the procedure to quickly alleviate your headache. The procedure targets a nerve cluster within the nasal cavity called the sphenopalatine ganglion. By using a specialized FDA cleared nasal applicator to deliver medication directly to this nerve cluster. headache pain is nearly eliminated almost instantaneously. Many patients go from a pain rating of 8 to a pain rating of 2 within seconds.
Is this Treatment Protocol Covered By Insurance?
Many insurance plans and Medicare/Medicaid cover this procedure, since the procedure requires a Medical Doctor or Registered Nurse for treatment. However, check with your provider.
Is this painful?
No, in fact many people don’t notice any discomfort from the applicator nor the medication.
How long does it take?
The procedure only takes about 30 seconds per nostril. Overall the average time in office is less than 15 minutes.
How soon will MiRx work?
Headache pain relief is often immediate, and typically after the second treatment the pain is not noticeable. In some cases headache pain is completely eliminated with one treatment.
How long does it last?
Since we are targeting the nerve cluster that communicates the pain sensation to the brain, relief can last for 24 – 48 hours with one treatment. The MiRx Protocol was clinically tested as a treatment plan to provide long-term relief. The duration of relief will continue to build until completely eliminated.
Does the spray burn the inside of the nose?
No, the spray is a mild topical anesthetic and doesn’t contain any substance that will create a burning sensation.
Are there side effects?
There are not any know side effects from the MiRx Protocol. In fact it is safe for use on pregnant women.
Four Major Types of Headaches
Tension Headaches – These types of headaches are the most common and are accompanied by tightness in the neck and facial muscles. Tension headaches affect all areas of the head. They can be accompanied by nausea but usually only last for a few hours. Most people experience chronic episodes.
Migraine Headaches – This type of headache is centralized to one part of the head, but can be severe and cause other physical symptoms such as fatigue, nausea & vomiting. In very severe cases vision can be impaired and present auras, and blurry sight. Most people experience chronic episodes.
Cluster Headaches – This type of headache affects more men than women, and are typically very severe. Despite being relatively rare, the characteristics and episodes occur in groups and cycles. The pain is often debilitating and centralized to one side of the head.
Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN)– This type of head pain affects more women than men, and is both chronic and extreme. TN causes a sudden burning sensation or shock-like pain to the face. The pain can last anywhere from a few seconds to two minutes and often happens in quick succession.