Stellate Ganglion Block for Patients with Long Covid Symptoms

Ketamine Clinic of South Florida is excited to offer a new treatment for patients suffering from loss or altered sense of taste and smell known as parosmia, as well as chronic fatigue and brain fog associated with lingering SARS-CoV-2, long covid symptoms.

Nearly 40% of patients who have recovered from Covid-19 continue to experience symptoms for months or years after the virus has passed. Many patients’ most troubling long-covid symptoms are a loss of taste, smell, and brain fog.

Recently medical professionals have found that a Stellate Ganglion block procedure treats some long-term symptoms of Covid-19, such as the loss of taste or smell. This highly effective, low-risk procedure is now available to patients in South Florida.

What is a Stellate Ganglion Block?

The Stellate Ganglion block is a low-risk, fast, and highly effective medical procedure that involves the application of a local anesthetic to the anterior region of the neck. This anesthetic procedure targets the cervical sympathetic chain, allowing the body to reboot parts of the nervous systems that may be compromised.

How long does the Stellate Ganglion Block procedure take?

Our team of providers at Ketamine Clinic of South Florida can complete a Stellate Ganglion Block in around an hour. The procedure is minimally invasive and performed quickly once our patients are prepped and ready for treatment.

How long will my Stellate Ganglion Block last?

Studies and clinical results show that Stellate Ganglion Blocks can provide relief for several months or even years. This timeframe will vary from person to person, but most patients experience long-lasting relief from long-covid symptoms.
Contact us today and learn if a Stellate Ganglion Block is the right choice to relieve your long-covid symptoms.

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