HEAD

Headache is caused by inflammation or irritation of the nerves in the head region or of the cervical spine. In CTIDor it is possible to locate these nerves very precisely. Here our differential is that everything is done right after the consultation with a high-tech procedure, performing direct block at the location of the problem.

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DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENTS

Trigeminal neuralgia

Pain in the face, face or jaw,
when it is very strong and persistent,
it can be trigeminal neuralgia. Even with very strong medications, some patients do not improve so we have to do invasive procedures

The best are: Trigeminal or
pterygopalatine ganglion is guided by X-ray image exactly in the place that causes the pain, bringing an excellent result.

Treatments:


1: Trigeminal ganglion block


2: Maxillary nerve blocks


3: Mandibular nerve blocks


4: Blockade of the pterygopalatine ganglion


5: Radiofrequency lesion of the ganglion


6: Triplet balloon compression

Radiated headache to neck and neck -

cervicogenic headache

When the person has cervical pain going to
some part of the head or the head going to
neck or neck, is called headache
persistent or severe cervicogenic. What we have
what to do is an invasive procedure.

The best ones are: The cervical facet block C2-C3 the infiltration of the occipital nerves, the block guided by X-ray image exactly in the place that causes the pain, has a great result. Thus, immediate pain relief brings well-being to the patient.
In those refractory cases, radiofrequency rhizotomy should be performed.

Treatments:

1: C2-C3 facet lock


2: Rhizotomy with C2 and C3 radiofrequency


3: Occipital nerve blocks


4: Blockade of the C2 ganglion


5: Infiltration of atlanto-occipital joint


6: Infiltration of the atlantoaxial joint (C1-C2)


7: C3-C4 transforaminal block

Facial pain or mouth pain

In face pain, mouth pain and teeth pain,
mainly after dental treatments,
trauma and facial surgery, when strong and
Persistent symptoms are called atypical facial pain. Some cases the pains persist, so we have to deal with invasive procedures.

The best are: Trigeminal or pterygopalatine ganglion block, blockade guided by X-ray image exactly in the place that causes the pain, has great results. The results bring immediate pain relief and well-being back to the patient.

Treatments:

1: Trigeminal ganglion block


2: Maxillary nerve blocks


3: Mandibular nerve blocks


4: Blockade of the pterygopalatine ganglion


5: C2-C3 facet lock


6: C2 ganglion block


7: Cervical sympathetic chain block

Disabling headache

In very strong headaches they are often
several exams have been carried out and no
diagnosis, treatment with drugs only in
some patients do not resolve. In these cases we have
to do an invasive procedure to block
disabling pain and reduce the number of
medicines. It is best to do a blockade right away
guided by image exactly on the nerve that
causes the pain and thus relieve the pain and have the
rapid recovery of patient well-being.

Treatments:

1: Cranial nerve blocks


2: Trigeminal ganglion block


3: Pterygopalatine ganglion block


4: Infiltration of atlanto-occipital joint


4: Infiltration of the occipital nerves


5: Botox infiltration

Disabling migraine

In persistent migraine we have to use

strong painkillers, which unfortunately is not the solution for all cases. In some patients, it is necessary to perform minimally invasive procedures such as trigeminal block, pterygopalatine ganglion, block guided by X-ray image exactly at the site causing the pain.

 

 

These procedures have great results, so immediate pain relief brings well-being back to the patient.

Treatments:

1: Cranial nerve blocks


2: Trigeminal ganglion block


3: Blockage of the pterygopalatine nodes


4: Occipital nerve block


5: Myofascial infiltration of trigger points


6: Botox infiltration

Severe headaches

In very severe headaches, several exams are sometimes performed and a diagnosis is not reached, and not always only with medication some patients improve. In these cases we have to do an invasive procedure to block the pain.

 

The best ones are: Trigeminal and pterygopalatine ganglion block, blockade guided by X-ray image exactly in the place that causes the pain, has a great result, so the immediate relief of pain brings well-being to the patient.

Treatments:

 

1: Cranial nerve blocks


2: Trigeminal ganglion block


3: Blockage of the pterygopalatine nodes


4: Infiltration of the occipital nerves


5: Infiltration of atlanto-occipital joint


6: Botox infiltration