Trigeminal Neuralgia Relief

   Paula shares her experience suffering from TN and the relief she finally found with an upper cervical, Atlas Orthogonal specialist.   Trigeminal Neuralgia is a chronic condition that is characterized by sudden shock like pain. that can be sharp, stabbing, and searing pain around the face area. It typically affects women more often than men and usually in people over 50. It is said to be the most excruciatingly painful human condition in the world,  referred to as the suicide disease because the pain can be so severe.

Symptoms can vary from occasional twinges of mild pain to severe shooting pain that feels like an electrical shock. Attacks can be triggered from simply touching or washing the face, brushing teeth, speaking, smiling or even the wind blowing across the facial area.  Pain is from the trigeminal nerve and is typically on one side of the face at a time. Episodes of several attacks can last a few days or months and progress to constant episodes and many people struggle to find trigeminal neuralgia relief. Patients are often treated with medication, many with severe side effects and when relief is not found, patients will seek out surgery. A natural, less invasive treatment that gets to the core of the problem is Atlas Orthogonal upper cervical Chiropractic.

The cause of TN is not really known for certain but  the trigeminal nerve's function is disrupted and is usually due to a normal blood vessel, artery or a vein  compressing the nerve root as it enters the brain stem.  Many people have found trigeminal neuralgia relief with an upper cervical chiropractic technique called Atlas Orthogonal. The Atlas is the top bone of the spine and when it is misaligned, it can cause interference in the nervous system.

The doctors at Foresight Chiropractic are board certified Atlas Orthogonist, providing precise and gentle care for families for over 15 years. Call 480-325-6977 to schedule a free consultation. There is hope!

 

 

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