If you spend much time in the facial pain community online, you’ll probably notice the many references to facial pain within same families. You’re not alone in noticing that phenomenon. Scientists at Yale University have noticed it too, and they believe that there may be a genetic factor at work. Meet Kristopher Kahle, MD, PhDContinue reading An Opportunity to Participate in Important Genetic Research
First published in the Belfast Telegraph Tuesday, April 4, 2017 By Claire McNeilly Actress Cliodhna McCorley couldn’t stand up after brain op but went on to run half-marathon in aid of hospital that saved her life. No stage production will ever match actress Cliodhna McCorley’s real life drama. The Antrim woman has gone from being unableContinue reading Public Figures with Facial Pain: Irish Actress Cliodhna McCorley
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Treatment Options Podcast A BMJ Clinical Evidence systematic overview looks at the evidence for medical and surgical treatment options of Trigeminal Neuralgia, and the uncertainties that exist due to gaps in the evidence. The authors of the overview, Prof. Joanna Zakrzewska from the Facial Pain Unit at the Eastman Dental Hospital, London, and Mark Linskey,Continue reading The Evidence Base for the Various TN Treatment Options