210 – Trigeminal Neuralgia

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Trigeminal neuralgia is an uncommon condition that causes intense pain in the nerve’s distribution. It occurs most often in women ages 50-70, and is 90% unilateral (Goodman et al. 2003). Clients describe sudden, explosive knife-like pain as a relapse that may last for weeks to months, and the remissions can last for months to years. […]

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