Facial Pain

Facial Pain/Trigeminal Neuralgia

Chronic Facial Pain

Chronic facial pain can be devastating in a person’s life. Oftentimes, chewing, eating, kissing, smiling, and brushing teeth can trigger severe pain. Causes may include shingles, trigeminal neuralgia, TMJ syndrome, stroke pain, etc. Treatments may include oral medications, physical therapy, psychotherapy, trigeminal ganglion injections, sphenopalatine ganglion injections and surgery.

Trigeminal Neuralgia

The trigeminal nerve provides sensation to the face. When the nerve is damaged, severe facial pain can be unrelenting.

We offer on-site pain management with our advanced non-opiate procedures and multidisciplinary treatment plans.