Break free from PTSD

Overcome anxiety and reconnect to your body.

Dual Sympathetic Block (DSB) is a transformative and minimally invasive procedure that precisely targets symptoms of PTSD and anxiety.

Break through the fog of trauma with this 30-minute procedure.

Is DSB right for you? Connect with us to schedule your free consultation.

Clinically proven results

Treatment Statistics

0 +%
Reported experience significant relief of Trauma Symptoms and Anxiety
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Healing Stories

After years of trying different medications… and having no success… [After the DSB] I felt different and was getting better immediately afterward… it’s been a total recall, honestly.


Lila J.

How does DSB WORK?

It effects the Central Nervous System.

The Stellate Ganglion nerves coordinate with the central nervous system to produce sympathetic physiological responses, known as the “fight or flight” response.

Trauma exposure can lead to overactive sympathetic reactivity.

Overactive reactivity may result in heightened physiological responses like hyper-vigilance, irritability, physical tension, and insomnia.

DSB can “reboot” the sympathetic system to a calm state.

DSB targets heightened PTSD symptoms. By anesthetizing the source of these responses, patients experience significant relief from severe symptoms.

We use imaging technology to target the nerve with precision.

The Block is injected under X-ray and ultrasound guidance. Physicians may also utilize Pulsed Radiofrequency Ablations, Oxytocin, or Botox to  extend the effects.

is DSB right for me?

DSB may be right for you if you live with the following PTSD symptoms:

Trauma / PTSD


Chronic Pain


Excessive Sweating

Hot Flashes

will DSB cure my ptsd symptoms?

Every body is different. We can’t promise specific outcomes to you, but DSB is a highly effective treatment. For some patients, a single DSB has provided immediate symptom relief that lasts several weeks, if not months or, even, years.

The Trauma Landscape

Trauma Statistics

  • Global Trauma

    8+ million Americans suffer from PTSD each year, 144M+ globally.

  • Prevalence Among Adults

    1 in 6 will experience trauma at least once in a lifetime.

  • Not Just for Veterans

    70% of people living with PTSD are non-military.

  • Effects on the Brain

    Trauma causes physical changes to the brain.


The average procedure time is 20 minutes. Following the procedure we offer as much time as you need to relax in our recovery lounge.

Your treatment is your choice. But we recommend continuing psychotherapy after your DSB treatment. By giving your nervous system a chance to reset, DSB can actually accelerate your work with your psychotherapist.

DSB has minimal risks, and no major reported side effects. Side effects are temporary and usually subside within 24 hours.

  • Financing

    Hudson Mind is committed to making our treatment accessible and affordable to as many patients as possible. You may be eligible for financing options.

  • Referrals

    We work with leading therapists across the US. Let us know if you are looking for a referral and we will connect you to our vast network.

Break free today

Find out if DSB is right for you.