Current therapy approaches to PTSD
are considered to be effective in 40% of cases and may take months or even years to have an effect.
Many of the roughly 8 millions
annual PTSD sufferers are relying on pharmaceutical drugs, including antidepressants, sedatives and stimulants.
About 7% to 8%
of the population will experience PTSD at some point in their life. Suicide rate is highly connected to prevalence of PTSD.
One in four
first responders experience PTSD.
of military personnel suffer from PTSD.
40% of women
in the military experience sexual trauma, 90% of which develop PTSD.
What is the SGB-C3 Procedure?
Is The SGB-C3 Procedure “Experimental”?
No. Dr. Lipov has personally treated 600+ PTSD sufferers to date. In addition, US Army physicians around the world have performed another 2,500 SGB procedures to treat PTSD. The Department of Defense has completed a formal study which is now awaiting peer reviewed publication in a prestigious medical journal.
Do Any Third Parties Pay for the SGB-C3 Procedure?
Not yet. Over time we expect health insurance plans as well as government programs to approve it for reimbursement.
Does the SGB-C3 Procedure Always Work?
Dr. Lipov has achieved success among his most recent 200 patients.
How Does the SGB-C3 Procedure Work?
The SGB-C3 Procedure is an injection of a patented mixture of drugs into one or two nerve bundles located on the right side of the neck. Patients feel no pain because either local or general anesthesia is used. The patented drug does two things:
1) it “blocks” the sympathetic nervous system for approximately eight hours
2) it reduces the level of nerve growth factor which, in turn, results in nerve trimming in the “fight or flight” portion of the brain. In other words, the “fight or flight” system is restored to its pre-trauma state.
What is the SGB-C3 Procedure?
The SGB-C3 Procedure is an outpatient medical procedure that eliminates the symptoms of PTSD within one hour. It is derived from the Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) procedure, which has been in use to treat chronic pain since 1925. Dr. Lipov pioneered the off label use of SGB to treat PTSD in 2006.
Board certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Management and have been practicing in the field of pain medicine since 1990.
Completed Northwestern Medical School in 1984, Anesthesia Residency at University of Illinois in 1989, and Advanced Pain Training in 1990.
Pioneered adaption of a sympathetic block in the neck called Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB)
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What People Are Saying
this visceral peaceful came over me.and didn't feel anxious or constant anxiety I had been holding in
I had a very radical change in feeling the first day…it has helped me not to be stressed and angry all the time. I can now let stuff go rather than blowing up about them.
After the injection my focus enhanced, my clarity was good and my anxiety was gone
BEGIN YOUR HEALING NOW
Dr. Lipov’s innovative and life changing SGBPTSD procedure has salvaged the lives of hundreds of patients.
To determine if you qualify for the SGB-C3 Procedure an inquiry of your health history must be taken. To receive the SGBPTSD forms and questionnaires, please submit your name and email below.
Upon completion and submission, a representative will contact you.
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