Trigeminal Neuralgia or tic dolulureux (Facial pain)

Break Free from Facial Pain: Discover Calmare® Scrambler Therapy for Trigeminal Neuralgia or tic dolulureux (Facial pain)

At the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America, we specialize in Calmare® Scrambler Therapy as a transformative solution for individuals suffering from Trigeminal Neuralgia or tic dolulureux, particularly those who have experienced unsuccessful treatments or are seeking an alternative to invasive procedures. If you or a loved one are burdened by the excruciating facial pain caused by Trigeminal Neuralgia, Calmare® Scrambler Therapy offers a glimmer of hope.

Cutting-edge Solution: Calmare® Scrambler Therapy alleviates Trigeminal Neuralgia Symptoms

By employing advanced technology and a cutting-edge approach to treating pain, Calmare® Scrambler Therapy specifically targets the trigeminal nerve responsible for transmitting facial pain signals. The therapy effectively scrambles these pain signals, confusing the brain and providing immediate relief from the intense facial pain experienced by individuals with Trigeminal Neuralgia. This innovative therapy replaces the intense pain sensations with non-painful sensations, offering respite and potentially improving overall nerve function.

At the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America, we are leaders in the field of Calmare® Scrambler Therapy for Trigeminal Neuralgia. Our team of experts is highly skilled in administering this revolutionary treatment and personalizing it to meet each patient’s unique needs. We understand the complexities of Trigeminal Neuralgia and the profound effects it can have on physical and emotional well-being. That’s why we provide compassionate care and unwavering support throughout the entire treatment process.

If you are seeking a breakthrough in your quest for relief from Trigeminal Neuralgia, look no further than the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America. With Calmare® Scrambler Therapy, we offer renewed hope and the potential for a life free from the grip of facial pain.

Trigeminal Neuralgia or tic dolulureux (Facial pain)

Trigeminal Neuralgia is a chronic pain disorder characterized by sudden and excruciating facial pain. It specifically affects the trigeminal nerve, also known as the 5th cranial nerve, which carries sensory information and nerve signals to various regions of the head and face. This condition can cause debilitating pain and profound discomfort, significantly impacting an individual’s quality of life.

Unraveling the Mystery of Trigeminal Neuralgia: Causes, Symptoms and Management

The underlying cause of trigeminal neuralgia stems from irritation or damage to the trigeminal nerve. This irritation is often attributed to compression or irritation caused by blood vessels, tumors, or other growths exerting pressure on the nerve. However, in some cases, the precise cause of trigeminal neuralgia remains unknown.

Trigeminal neuralgia primarily affects individuals over the age of 50 and is more prevalent among women than men. The triggers for pain can vary and may include seemingly mundane activities such as brushing teeth, applying makeup, eating, shaving, washing the face, smiling, or even talking.

Understanding the complexities of trigeminal neuralgia is crucial in developing effective management strategies to alleviate pain and improve the overall well-being of those affected. At the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America, we utilize Calmare® Scrambler Therapy for effective and long-lasting relief for Trigeminal Neuralgia.

Common symptoms:

Sudden or severe facial pain, sharp, shooting, jabbing pain

Pain that is brief and intense, lasting only a few seconds to a few minutes such as touching face, chewing, speaking.

Pain that occurs in clusters or attacks, with pain free periods

Pain that occurs with facial spasms

Pain that occurs with facial spasms

Pains so severe that it interferes with daily activities and quality of life. Rarely with wake you up at night

Affects the areas that are supplied by the trigeminal nerve, including the cheek, jaw, teeth, gums, lips, or less often the eye and forehead