Physiologic Dentists to Learn SphenoPalatine Ganglion Block Techniques

Dr. Shapira Blog 0 Comments

I have the honor and privledge of lecturing at the ICCMO meeting in San Diego. ICCMO is acknowledged as the source and fountain of knowledge about TMD, TMJ, and the Trigeminal Nervous System.
A lecture by Dr Heit and Dr Saqqur showed how the physiologic position of a physiologic appliance approved cerebral blood flow to the brain as measured by directional ultrasound.

I will be giving a lecture on the common developmental pathways of TMD, Sleep Apnea, ADD, ADHD and other chronic pain conditions.

I am also doing a short presentation followed by a hands on training in giving Sphenopalatine Ganglion Blocks by SphenoCath, Allevio and TX#^) devices, the hollow cotton tipped applicators and the intra-oral and facial approaches to Sphenopalatine Ganglion Blocks.

Iccmo Physiologic Dentists are recognized for their treatment and knowledge of trigeminal nervous system including the Trigemino-vascular system and Trigeminal cervical complex that are responsible for almost 100% of all headaches.

The sphenopalatine ganglion also known as Meckels Ganglion, the Nasal Ganglion and as the Pterygopalatine is the large parasympathetic ganglia in the head. Blocking it with Lidocaine has shown a variety of benefits in addition to treating and preventing migraines and cluster headaches.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.