Have you heard about Neural Prolotherapy treatment for treating Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN)? Neural Prolotherapy is commonly considered a treatment option for patients suffering from various chronic pain forms. This article explores the possibility of using neural prolotherapy as a treatment for trigeminal neuralgia.

What is Neural Prolotherapy?

The procedure uses anesthetic agents to block the nerve from sending pain signals to the brain. It does this by injecting these agents into the area where the main Trigeminal Nerve branches into each branch to your eyes, nose, and forehead.

How does Neural Prolotherapy work?

Treatment for Trigeminal Neuralgia using Neural Prolotherapy involves injections that release medication into the spinal cord, which travels up to the brain. This medication helps inform the brain that there is no longer any danger or threat and reduces or eliminates pain signals before they reach the brain. By providing a painless way to relieve Trigeminal Neuralgia symptoms and reduce or eliminate pain, Neural Prolotherapy offers patients new hope and a life free of pain.

Neural Prolotherapy has been found in clinical trials to successfully treat Trigeminal Neuralgia in 83% of patients who participated in those trials. It is also safe and effective at relieving symptoms associated with other disorders such as Fibromyalgia, Interstitial Cystitis, Migraines, Chronic Pain, and more.

Recovery from Trigeminal Neuralgia:

After the first round of injections, patients usually feel some relief from their pain. It takes time for the nerves to repair themselves, which is why it may take up to eight weeks before see an improvement in symptoms.  After several rounds of injections, the nerves begin to repair themselves, providing long-term relief from symptoms.


Neural Prolotherapy as treatment Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) is a cutting-edge way to manage the pain of this crippling disease. Sooner or later, however, the pathobiology leads to nerve damage that requires more invasive treatment. For more information, contact Dr.Vikram Rajguru at Hadapsar in Pune.