stellate ganglion block for covid

Stellate Ganglion Block for COVID-19

COVID-19 can feel daunting as a disease that’s still developing. Doctors are still learning how to treat it daily and put their hands up when you start experiencing parosmia.

When you couldn’t smell or taste your favorite foods, nobody could give a vaccine to fix you. Millions of Americans still miss life’s greatest joys due to COVID-19, such as a meal with a loved one.

We want to tell you about a revolutionary treatment that brings your mind and body to full recovery. With stellate ganglion blocks, you can have hope for a brighter future to enjoy sensory pleasures again.

What are Stellate Ganglion Blocks for COVID-19?

Traditionally used for PTSD survivors, we’ve given stellate ganglion block injections to patients who have suffered from false pain sensations. Phantom limb pain, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, and causalgia are only naming a few.

Pain specialists discovered when COVID fighters developed parosmia, they could restore mind and body in similar fashion. Soon, patients began smelling and tasting their favorite foods normally again after years of registering sulfar.

We believe you can recover from the devastating effects of COVID-19 by receiving stellate ganglion block treatment.

How do Stellate Ganglion Blocks treat COVID-19?

Linking the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, stellate ganglion blocks reconnect the brain and body. Pain specialists treat the psychological effects of COVID-19 that misinterpret the 5-senses so you can taste and smell the right way.

They anesthetize your stellate ganglion nerves to send signals throughout the body to block cervical sympathetic chain activity.

In essence, this “reboots” the autonomic nervous system and does a physical “reset” according to the National Library of Medicine.

You can also receive regular stellate ganglion block injections for other COVID-19 symptoms, such as fatigue, brain fog, and orthostatic intolerance. No matter what symptoms you’re experiencing, there’s hope when working with expert pain specialists.

How Long do Stellate Ganglion Blocks Last?

Like other regenerative injections we do, stellate ganglion blocks are quick and simple treatments. You won’t wait any longer than 30 minutes for the procedure to finish so you can continue with your day.

We’ll take care of you by monitoring your symptoms before leaving and see you again if symptoms reappear.

Where Can I Get Stellate Ganglion Blocks for COVID-19?

Stellate ganglion blocks are rare to find, even as parosmia fighters are being progressively recognized by news outlets.

Thankfully, Dr. Khan and Dr. Ryklin can inject medication into stellate ganglion nerves in Arizona. We serve Mesa, Queen Creek, and the surrounding areas, even seeing patients from around the United States.

Our pain specialists are world-renown experts in treating long COVID-19 and would be glad to set you up with a consultation. Working with you 1-on-1, we help you develop a personalized treatment plan that doesn’t rely on opioids or drugs.

Hope and Healing for Parosmia and Long COVID-19

Although you may be acquainted with grief and sorrow, we believe you can make a transformational recovery. Experience the joy of taste and smell again by scheduling a consultation with Dr. Khan and Dr. Ryklin.

They’ll get you started with stellate ganglion block injections and continue with a multi-disciplinary approach. These personalized plans can involve aromatherapy, yoga, and other holistic methods.

You don’t have to worry about the doctors getting you addicted to opioids and drugs. Choose hope and healing with routine stellate ganglion block treatments by calling (480)-986-7246.

The statements on this blog are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The author of the blog is contracted third-party writer. We do not in any way guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any message and will not be held responsible for the content of any message. Always consult your Arizona Pain and Spine provider or your other personal physicians for specific medical advice.

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