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SphenoCath®. Precision targeting for SPG Blocks.

Our patented device is the ONLY solution that can reach over the middle turbinate to precisely target medication DIRECTLY to the SPG. Each and every time.

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We are relentlessly innovative. SphenoCath®.

The SPG block has been around for a long time. It was first performed over 100 years ago. Things have moved lightyears ahead since then and we are now leading the SPG block revolution.

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An SPG Block with no needles! SphenoCath®.

Most procedures only take around 15 minutes. This is an incredible breakthrough in how SPG Blocks are performed and it is available to you right now. Contact us today.

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Dolor Technologies is proud to announce our 5th annual SphenoCath® procedural hands on workshop at the Diamond Headache Conference in Orlando Florida July 15th through July 18th 2021.

The Diamond Headache Conference is one of the best non-specialty specific headache overview conferences in the world. They feature a faculty of amazing opinion leading Headache Specialists who will provide a wonderful review of both long standing and newly discovered concepts.

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What is SphenoCath®?

A unique and specially designed medical device created by Dolor Technologies LLC to assist medical professionals in injecting small amounts of fluid into the nasal passage, including the area of the inferior turbinate, superior turbinate and sphenopalatine foramen.

Elevate Your Practice.

SphenoCath® provides you with a superior solution for delivering accurate, focused SPG blocks. Your patients are provided with a fast, simple and needleless procedure that removes much of the discomfort associated with traditional SPG blocks. Contact us today for a consultation.

Who We Are.

We are a company focused on real results for real people across the globe. We are determined to educate people that a very different type of SPG block can be had with SphenoCath. Our partner clinics and physicians are what sets us apart from others.

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Frequently Asked Questions for Practitioners

Normally, there are no serious side effects associated with the SphenoCath® treatment. Common reactions may include eye watering and a feeling of tightness in the face.

Because the device extends the reach of its soft applicator tip over the middle turbinate and rests directly above the sphenopalatine ganglion, SphenoCath® is able to drip medication directly onto the sphenopalatine ganglion. This highly-targeted positioning means that medication reaches the area directly rather than in a periphery spray-type application as with other SPG blocks.

  • If nasal mucosa appears irritated or swollen, or if patient experiences significant pain, immediately discontinue using the SphenoCath® Applicator.
  • Avoid excessive or unnecessary contact with nasal mucosa.
  • Do not force the tip of the SphenoCath® applicator into the nose.

The SphenoCath® Applicator is only available by prescription and should be administered by a qualified licensed health care provider.

Absolutely not. The SphenoCath® Applicator is a disposable device for single patient use only. Discard appropriately after single patient use.

Frequently Asked Questions for Patients

The sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) is a cluster of nerve cells that may contribute to head and face pain. The cluster is located under the tissue lining the back of the nose. By applying a local anesthetic to the nerve bundle, nerve impulses may be blocked. This is otherwise known as an SPG Block.

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Worldwide SphenoCath® Providers

SphenoCath® is being used across the globe to provide safe, practical and highly accurate SPG blocks to patients. Whether you are a medical practitioner looking to implement this procedure in your practice or a patient who may think an SPG block is right for them, contact us today and we will guide you in experiencing the SphenoCath® revolution.

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SphenoCath® Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block Benefits

Extensively Researched

SPG blocks have been around for a long time but they haven’t always been this accurate or easy.

No Needles, No Swabs

Unlike other SPG block options, SphenoCath® requires no needles or inaccurate cotton swabs.

Targeted Delivery

SphenoCath® delivers fluid directly to the sphenopalatine with greater precision than other blocking methods.

Fast and Simple

Most procedures are complete within 15 minutes and patients can be on their way within the hour.

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Are you a physician interested in the SphenoCath® for your practice? Are you a patient looking for a SphenoCath® trained Medical Professional near you? Complete the form below, we'd love to help!

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tf. 866.843.3763
ph. 801.386.9400

PO Box 160082
Clearfield, UT 84016