An Amish man come in with a diagnosed trigeminal nerve pain in his face just below the left eye. He was hit in the face by a tree limb in March, and the pain has been excruciating to the point that he is experiencing 4 to 5 episodes pain “surges” throughout the day that is so painful that he has passed out from the pain. He went to a chiropractor who said that the pain was not coming from the painful part on his face but it was coming from his atlas (c1) vertebrae being out. He continued to return each week for another adjustment, but the chiropractor stated that the vertebrae will not stay in place. When the man learned about us through a family member, he called an made an appointment. It took another week before we could see him, and during that time he was extremely nervous because he was afraid of the anticipation of pain that he thought he would receive from the treatment. It was already difficult for him to eat, wash his face, or brush his teeth because any movement near the face would cause extreme pain. He resorted to eating soft foods like pudding, yoghurt, mashed potatoes. There was no resolution and he was looking at a lifetime of pain.
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