I've had mail contact yesterday with Dr. Lipov.Has anyone had success from it being administered in the UK? Is this still holding up as a serious treatment? Thanks.
This was his answer exactly:50%? i'd love some data on that, sounds too good to be true, but i'm an optimist so yeah, still on my todo list!
How many did toke the shot then? Do there is a realistic overview already then? Not from 3 persons I guess...Not according to those that have had it done in this thread. Only the OP recovered, so far nobody else has.
Then I rest my case i guess.Had the last 3 shots not much difference unfortunately
So it helped you?I'm going for final sgb shots tomorrow. Did come hugely into reality today but was such a fucking scary experience having been 24\7 fp for 17 years...
Lipov is only 1 consult?And remember that in Bristol they'll only do C3, but will do C6 at a later date & for an extra £595! Might be cheaper & more effective to go to Lipov.
Lipov € 1277Consultation in Bristol is £295, & C3 is £895. C6 is an extra £595, but they usually do it at a later date (you could ask them to do it on the same day).
Kishna do also c3 and C6 in one day. For £1270When I saw Dr. Lipov for the procedure he told me that the two injections at c6 and c3 need to be done within 2 hours of each other for the treatment to be effective.
So having it done two separate times would not end up giving you the results you want. Also, Dr. Lipov does not charge a consultation fee. He charges $900 us dollars for the first injection and will do the 2nd for free the same day. The surgery center fee is $390 and the anesthesia fee is $210. So all together you pay $1500. Dr. Lipov requires you pay the $900 the week before the treatment and then you pay the other two fees at the surgery center the day of your treatment.
Excactly. And it is a little bit different. I'm gonna post their reply below what the difference is. UK is closer for me. But traveling to USA is more expensive for me...Lipov is cheaper. But then we need to factor in travel & lodging if coming from a long way away.
Disappointed...Oh you go Eugine, you rape them there wallets! Two grand for a couple of injections? FUCK YOU!!!
Patients pay just under $2 for a dose of SGB.Interesting arcticle in the Daily Mail about it.
How is it with your depersonalization?He actually only charges $900 to do the procedure. It is the surgery center fee and the anesthesia fee that cost more. The surgery center was almost $400 and the anesthesia fee was over $200.
Me 2. I can get under my insurance. But I have to know, is it the same?I am wondering the same, as I have called a local doctor who does it and it is covered under my insurance, but I need a referral from my primary doctor. I am also wondering if I should ask for the referral for PTSD or for pain.
I guess SGB don't help as I read it.http://www.psychiatryadvisor.com/ptsd-trauma-and-stressor-related/stellate-ganglion-block-fails-as-possible-ptsd-treatment/article/406455/
I found this article on the Psychiatry Advisor.