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Headaches Go Away: Dr. Paris Demonstrates Tx360® on NewsChannel 8

Migraines and headaches are a debilitating disability affecting more than 37 million people in the United States. While most sufferers attempt to treat their frustrating discomfort with expensive surgery and addictive medication, the doctors at Headaches Go Away have found a better solution. The FDA-approved Tx360® treatment goes beyond masking the pain. It eliminates headaches and migraines for good. On air with Good Morning Washington’s Autria Godfrey, Dr. Brian Paris demonstrates just how this breakthrough medical device works.

For many, migraines and chronic headaches cause victims to experience severe pain, depression, and even anxiety. Dr. Paris describes the discomfort as “an emotional destruction to productivity, daily life, [and] dealing with your children.”

Tx360® treats migraines and headaches by placing a small catheter inside the nasal passage and dripping a mild anesthetic directly onto the Sphenopalatine Ganglion, which is the main source of the pain. The revolutionary treatment is covered by Medicare and most insurance, and provides permanent head pain relief in as little as four weeks.

Watch Dr. Paris on NewsChannel 8 above and visit headachesgoaway.com to learn more about Tx360®.

In the Media: Dr. Paris discusses Debilitating Headaches; WUSA 9

Americans spend nearly $4 billion on over-the-counter medications to merely mask the pain caused by their debilitating headaches and migraines. A new study shows placing an anesthetic directly to the root of pain can offer long-term relief. Dr. Brian Paris of HeadachesGoAway.com demonstrates how a breakthrough medical device and physical therapy can eliminate the pulsating pain for good on WUSA 9.

For some, chronic migraines and headaches are not only painful but life-altering too. Patient Brandon Riedenhower tells WUSA9 the pain was so debilitating, he was willing to try anything. That’s when he turned to Dr. Paris and HeadachesGoAway.com for permanent relief.

The new treatment places a small catheter, called the TX360®, inside the nasal passage and directly onto the Sphenopalatine Ganglion, the source headaches and migraines. TX360® sounds uncomfortable for most people, but it tackles the pain at the source. “Boom, we drip it on and it’s done,” says Dr. Paris.

TX360® can treat cluster headaches, tension headaches and other types of chronic head pain, and is covered by most insurance.

Watch Dr. Paris on WUSA9 above and visit headachesgoaway.com if you’re ready to start your journey toward headache relief.

Turning Headaches into History

Headaches top the list of complaints to doctors. In the United States, more than 37 million men and women suffer from chronic headaches and migraines. Almost 5 million people experience at least one migraine attack per month, while more than 11 million people blame migraines for causing moderate to severe disability.

The debilitating pain goes beyond the physical. It impacts sufferers’ careers and relationships. Ninety-one percent miss work or can’t function normally during an attack. More than 59 percent have missed family or social events, and 70 percent say migraines causes problems in their relationships.

But Dr. Brian Paris of Advanced Wellness Systems says a breakthrough treatment provides new hope of turning headaches into history. Tx360® is a long-term solution designed to free patients from headaches and migraine in four to six weeks without addictive drugs or time-consuming surgery. It’s ideal for those looking to get rid of the pain and frustration of tension, migraines, cluster, and other types of chronic headaches.

The first part of treatment deals with stopping the pain with Tx360®. In the above video, Dr. Brian Paris explains how the FDA-approved device shuts off the pain coming from the sphenopalatine ganglion, the group of nerves that controls head, neck and face pain. “It’s like resetting the fuse for pain,” notes Dr. Paris. Unlike an old-fashioned nerve block, which requires radiation and needles, Tx360® is a small device administered through the nose.

After cutting off the pain, the underlying causes of the patient’s headaches or migraines is identified and treated. This component could include anything from physical therapy to chiropractic adjustments, corrective ergonomic recommendations, diet modifications, or stress management therapy.

Visit HeadachesGoAway.com to start your journey to relief.