Facial spasms, eye twitching, trigeminal neuralgia, fibromyalgia, dystonia, trigeminal nerve solutions
Idiopathic Hemifacial Spasm constitutes a severe disability both from a cosmetic and psychological point of view and functionally for the daily life. Until recently this peculiar disease had remained enigmatous and was resistant to any kinds of treatments. Over the last two decades important advances have been made in the comprehension of its mechanisms and the efficacy of its treatment. Botulinic toxin revealed to be helpful although its effects are most often transient. Microvascular decompression – suppressing the neuro-vascular conflict almost constantly found at the root exit zone of the facial nerve from the brain stem – has been recognized as the curative treatment of this disease. A wide range of specialists, namely neurologists, ophthalmologists, ENT-surgeons, clinical neurophysiologists, neuroradiologists and of course neurosurgeons are involved in the diagnosis and the management of Hemifacial Spasm and will be interested in this multidisciplinary review of the topic.
My Facial spasms, eye twitching Story
My Mom called me up about a year ago and with a frightening tone in her voice tried to explain the pain and uncontrollable discomfort she was experiencing with her face. Her left eye was twitching constantly and would not stop. The nervous reaction she was having ran right down the left side of her face. My family did not know what to expect since we never experienced such a dilemma. To make a long story short, her family Doctor referred her to a specialist who administered Botox injections into the area of her face that was affected. This solution worked and continues to work for my Mom but the treatments have to continue every 3-4 months for life.
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