A migraine headache is a form of a headache that is often severe and accompanied by other symptoms such as sensitivity to light and sound and nausea or vomiting. At times, a migraine is described as an intense throbbing or pulsing pain. It is common for a migraine to be felt on only one side of the head.
Trigeminal Neuralgia is due to irritation of the trigeminal nerve located on the face. This condition causes brief, but extreme episodes of shooting pain. If you’re suffering from severe, chronic pain of this category due to trigeminal neuralgia and seeking relief, the pain specialists at Cleaver Medical Group can help.
Dystonia is a movement disorder in which your muscles contract involuntarily, causing repetitive or twisting movements. The condition can affect one part of your body (focal dystonia), two or more adjacent parts (segmental dystonia) or all parts of your body (general dystonia).