For building and practice locations, hours of operation and appointments:
730 N Diers Ave
Grand Island, NE 68803
Many women experience a painful condition known as pelvic congestion syndrome as a side effect of pregnancy. This condition - and a medical treatment known as coil embolization - recently made the news when featured in the UK's Daily Mail. Tiny coils inserted into the neck are proving to be an effective treatment for women with pelvic congestion syndrome. These coils seal off damaged veins to improve circulation, reduce pain and lower the risk of life-threatening complications of varicose veins in the ovaries.
A popular treatment used to stop migraine pain is also being put to use to stop the pain causedfrom concussions and other traumatic brain injuries. The treatment is known as the SphenoCath procedure and delivers a powerful anesthetic behind the nasal cavity to block pain for up to four months.