Sometimes all we can do is be the supportive shoulder, the conduit to pass on education and provide an environment for support groups. When we hear of great outcomes, it is so rewarding for all of our volunteers.
Kay Morden passed on her appreciation which we are delighted to share
I “suffered” from TN for 15 years until I had an MVD December 2021. After diagnosis I am not sure what I would have done without the knowledge I gained and the support I received from TNA and my fellow Members (after attending one of the first Conferences in the Yarra Valley)I live in Melbourne but I met Mark Dexter at another Conference on the Gold Coast and always thought if I ever decided to have a MVD (never dreaming I would) I would have Mark perform the operation. He had a wonderful caring approach and seemed so interested in TN.
It’s been 12 months and I am pain free and medication free- absolutely fantastic.I will always support the TNA and anyone who would like to know of my long, individual TN journey and it’s successful outcome.kind regardsKay Morden.
PS Tony MacPherson was a particularly wonderful support right through my “journey” and would speak to me for over an hour on many occasions if I was going through a “rough” period.
Perry Campbell also renewed his membership despite being pain free for now.
I did renew even though my Trigeminal Neuralgia has been corrected (completely gone), by way of a microvascular decompression craniotomy in Sept 22. A brilliant result by a brilliant team at RPA headed by the brilliant Prof. Brindha Shivalingum. Yahoo.
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