Migraine Headache Treatment

Migraine Headache Treatment Washington DC Area

What is the MiRx® Protocol?

Silver Spring Medical Center is proud to offer a breakthrough treatment in headache and migraine treatment! For those who suffer from chronic headaches and migraines, finding the right migraine headache treatment can be a real challenge. For anyone who is seeking treatment for cluster headaches, migraine headaches, or tension headaches: treatment has just been revolutionized. Introducing the MirX Protocol!

For migraine headaches, treatment has always been hit or miss. Many times, medication taken to alleviate the symptoms of these headaches only manages to mask them. For years, doctors have understood that the sphenopalatine ganglion is a nerve cluster that controls headaches and facial pain. Until now, that area has been extremely difficult to reach, so incorporating the understanding of the sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) into treatment has not been a viable option. Even though the SPG block has been in existence since 1909, it’s been underutilized because delivery methods are unreliable, painful, and complicated.

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Our very own Dr. Melmed has trained closely with Dr. Tian Xia, MD, who developed a migraine treatment that changes all of that. An anesthesiologist who has spent years administering therapeutic drugs to the SPG foramen, Dr. Xia has now developed a new delivery system: an applicator that delivers medication precisely and painlessly to the nerve cluster, for immediate and long lasting relief from migraine symptoms. This device, called the Tx360® is inserted through the nasal cavity, to facilitate delivery of small amounts of fluid to any part of the nasal cavity, including the part where the SPG nerve cluster is located.

If you’re ready to get relief from your chronic headaches and migraines, call Silver Spring Medical Center today for your free consultation.

*Note: Program Results May Vary From Patient To Patient.