Neuragenex Nfpm Treatment For Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain in New Lenox, Illinois

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Living with the intense pain associated with trigeminal neuralgia can go beyond physical suffering, having a profound effect on a person’s daily life. It can force individuals out of work, lead to social isolation, and contribute to associated challenges like anxiety, depression, and insomnia. It may even lead to dependence on pain-relieving medications.

Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management is proud to offer promising, innovative, and effective pain management solutions for people with trigeminal neuralgia. The struggle is not just about managing the painful symptoms; it’s about helping individuals find a way to navigate through a life where every action comes with the potential for discomfort and distress. 

We have a great deal of experience helping patients manage their chronic pain. On top of that, we understand that pain tends to limit a person’s ability to function at their normal level. 

In the context of trigeminal neuralgia, there can be a huge impact on basic functions like eating, sleeping, and speaking. Neuragenex NFPM is committed to restoring these fundamental activities by addressing painful symptoms, enhancing your functionality in everyday life, and therefore improving your overall sense of well-being. 

Unlike some medications that just mask the painful symptoms, our drug-free therapies are specially designed to address chronic nerve pain at a cellular level. Our goal is to help individuals minimize their medication reliance by offering a sustainable, long-term solution beyond conventional therapies.

The unique protocols are non-surgical, taking a whole-person approach that is designed to relieve pain, enhance your well-being, and restore a sense of normality to your life without the use of invasive procedures. We include considerations for mental well-being, social interactions, and a return to activities that may have been limited due to pain.

This table summarizes the potential benefits of the Neuragenex NFPM treatment for trigeminal neuralgia pain.

  • Suffering from severe and stabbing facial pain
  • Disrupting your daily activities
  • Having difficulty eating and speaking
  • Experiencing bad medication side effects
  • Encountering lifestyle limitations
  • Reducing pain significantly
  • Restoring normal functionality
  • Restoring the ability to eat and speak normally
  • Minimizing medication dependency
  • Improving your quality of life

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What Is Trigeminal Neuralgia?

Trigeminal neuralgia affects the trigeminal nerve, an essential cranial nerve providing sensory and muscle impulses to many parts of the head and face. This nerve starts near the top of the ear and then branches out into three sections towards the eye, cheek, and jaw. 

Trigeminal neuralgia causes electrifying, painful signals to shoot down one or more nerve branches. While there are two trigeminal nerves, one on each side of the face, pain normally affects only one side (unilateral).

It is a rare condition that can occur at any stage of life, but trigeminal neuralgia is more common in adults, especially in women over 50. Those diagnosed will face many daily struggles where the simplest of activities, such as eating, brushing teeth, or engaging in casual conversation, or even the weather, may trigger episodes of electrifying pain. For some people, even environmental factors such as the temperature or strength of the wind can lead to discomfort.

The frequency, intensity, and duration of trigeminal neuralgia pain episodes will depend on the underlying cause. However, it’s important to note that this painful condition is likely to progressively worsen if it is left untreated. We’ll look at this condition’s pathophysiology and underlying causes in the next section.

What Causes Pain From Trigeminal Neuralgia?

Trigeminal neuralgia is typically triggered by factors that cause nerve dysfunction, such as nerve damage, irritation, impingement, or other forms of nerve impairment. 

The most common cause is trigeminal nerve compression, typically by a large blood vessel or growth near the nerve root. This then causes nerve impingement that leads to its dysfunction and generation of inappropriate pain signals. Additionally, trauma to the head or face, even certain dental procedures, can directly damage the nerve and cause it to malfunction. 

While rare, trigeminal neuralgia may also stem from underlying neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis, scleroderma, or shingles. Furthermore, if the tissues around the trigeminal nerve become significantly swollen due to infection or inflammation, it might irritate the nerve and cause it to become impaired. 

In some cases, trigeminal neuralgia may spontaneously appear, with doctors and professionals unable to find any evidence to pinpoint its underlying cause. When the root cause remains unknown, it is identified as “idiopathic trigeminal neuralgia.” 

Some studies hypothesize that in cases of idiopathic trigeminal neuralgia, the protective myelin sheath, a critical component of nerve structure, has dissolved. The myelin sheath can then not protect the nerve or support normal electrical conductivity, which may trigger the nerve to spontaneously malfunction and send improper nerve messaging.

Remember, relief is possible! Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management is specifically designed to address nerve pain, and we will discuss how it can help reduce trigeminal neuralgia pain in the next section.

The Neuragenex NFPM Protocol For Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain

Our commitment is to provide you with the comprehensive care you need to get the pain and discomfort of trigeminal neuralgia under control. The innovative approach stimulates the nervous system to alleviate inappropriate pain signals, supporting benefits such as long-lasting relief and improved overall well-being. 

The Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocol takes a whole-person approach, addressing chronic pain without the need for drugs, chiropractic adjustments, or invasive procedures. The Neuragenex NFPM approach includes the following therapies:


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In our clinics, we’ve seen remarkable outcomes with the Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocols. Patients receiving peripheral neuropathy treatment have reported significant relief, just as those undergoing knee pain treatment have found newfound mobility and ease. Similarly, individuals who have opted for our treatment for migraines and chronic headaches share stories of renewed comfort and reduced frequency of their symptoms.

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