Working mom lives pain free after life-altering diagnosis

In February 2018, 32-year-old Leah Perkins boarded a flight bound for a family vacation in Florida feeling her normal self. Upon landing, she felt an excruciating, shock-like pain in her face and jaw.

A young professional and mother of two, Leah described the sensation as jarring and incapacitating.

“I’ve never been electrocuted,” she said. “But I’m thinking that’s what it feels like.”

After an emergency visit to the dentist and the family’s endodontist, doctors were unable to…

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