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Dr G 2Meet the innovator Bahman Guyuron, MD a world renowned surgeon and migraine research pioneer. Starting his career with a primary focus in craniofacial surgery, Dr. Guyuron has since applied these principles to aesthetic surgery, where he has developed an international reputation for his innovations in rhinoplasty and facial aesthetic surgery.  More recently, he has captured the attention of the medical and surgical communities with the development of the surgical treatment of migraine headaches.

His entrepreneurial activities include inventions of multiple medical and non-medical devices. SootheAway® Continuous Thermal Therapy is the result of Dr. Guyuron’s passion to develop a drug-free alternative to treat migraine pain.

 

SootheAway® In-Clinic Use

SHOT 06 WAITING ROOM SOOTHEAWAY 65156Broaden your treatment alternatives by adding SootheAway® in each of your patients exam rooms. Patients can relax with a drug-free treatment option while waiting to be seen and evaluated.
SootheAway is an effective thermoelectric hospital grade technology for in-clinic use and affordable enough for patients at home care.

Stock SootheAway® in your office for immediate patient satisfaction or let us service your patients by calling our toll free number to drop ship directly to the comfort of their home.

Free informational brochures are available to display in your patient’s waiting room or treatment areas.

Call today!  1(877) 646-1222

 

Conveniently administer SootheAway® in your treatment rooms by using our high quality and portable device bracket and stainless steel equipment pole.  Sturdy base and premium locking casters come with complete basket attachment to organize pads and accessories.
Bracket can be used separately and attached directly to bed rails.

 

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Clinical Evidence for Heating & Cooling Therapy

For evidence of the clinical efficacy of heating and cooling therapy for migraines, please view the attached paper summarizing findings from recently conducted research studies.  Clinical Evidence for Thermal Therapy 090910

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