Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatment at The Gamma Knife Center Featured on WABC

A recent Eyewitness News story featuring The Gamma Knife Center at The Valley Hospital described trigeminal neuralgia, a condition that occurs when the trigeminal nerve, which carries sensations to all parts of the face, is compressed, causing severe facial pain. Dr. D’Ambrosio spoke with Eyewitness News’ Dr. Jay Adlersberg about how Gamma Knife treatment helped two patients return to more normal, painless lives.

Acoustic Neuroma Scar: What to Expect

You’ve been having some dizziness lately and, you feel like your hearing is blunted. You make an appointment with your physician and, after some tests, you’re diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma. That means

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