Webinars

Low Level Laser and treating the Sphenopalatine Ganglion

Length:
60:02
Original Webinar Date:
10/25/2018
The Sphenopalatine Ganglion (SPG) is a group of nerve cells that is linked to the trigeminal nerve, the main nerve involved in a headache. The SPG, located behind the nose, carries information about sensation, including pain, and also plays a role in autonomic functions, such as tearing and nasal congestion. The SPG is treated with medication for a variety of conditions. With recent case studies it’s been discovered that SPG reacts favorably to laser therapy and has been used in a variety of conditions successfully such as: Trigeminal Neuralgia, Migraine headaches, Vertigo, Concussions, Fibromyalgia, Tooth Pain and others. Join Dr. Chris Carraway, and his special guest Dr. Timothy Demchak, who both worked on fine tuning this treatment and its uses over the past two years, and whose case research findings have been presented at multiple conferences. This simple to use laser protocol and its potential will definitely be an educational experience.
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