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    How is trigeminal neuralgia diagnosed?

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    Kerry Read


    Headline Physiotherapy for the Head Neck and Jaw deals specifically with TMJ Facial Pain Headache Migraine and other musculoskeletal issues involving the cranial area. All … View Profile

    A diagnosis of Trigeminal Neuralgia is usually confirmed by a neurologist after extensive investigation to explore all causative factors. There are very distinctive features, which set it apart from other head conditions but it does share similarities too. It is not wise to diagnose yourself, especially with the help of the internet, as you may not be getting the whole picture.

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