NSPC Hosts February Trigeminal Neuralgia/Facial Pain Support Group Meeting

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Trigeminal Neuralgia and Facial Pain Support Group:

Trigeminal Neuralgia and related facial pain syndromes, pain conditions and family members and caregivers. support group meeting.
Share Feelings, Concerns, Experience, Ways to Cope and More!
Topic: TN Support Group
Time: Feb 15, 2022 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 821 3272 6651
Passcode: 508197
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About Trigeminal Neuralgia

TN affects either the left or the right side of the face (ipsilateral), but not usually both sides. Nor does TN cause neck pain. This severe face pain can be spontaneous and often is described as:

  • shooting, stabbing or burning pain
  • electric-shock like pain
  • brief, acute and excruciating pain

These episodes can last seconds or minutes. The pain occurs at irregular intervals, although routine activities can trigger an episode:

  • light touching of the skin such as being kissed or
  • applying make-up
  • teeth brushing
  • drinking beverages
  • shaving or washing your face
  • talking or smiling

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Founded in Freeport in 1958, NSPC Brain & Spine Surgery has grown to seven offices on Long Island with neurosurgeons who are experts in bloodless spine and brain surgery, including endoscopic spine surgery, laser spine surgery, ultrasonic spine surgery, radiosurgery, endoscopic brain surgery, and other advanced, minimally invasive techniques. These advanced procedures are used to treat herniated disc, spinal stenosis, chronic back pain, brain tumors, brain aneurysms, trigeminal neuralgia, and other conditions.