Neuralgia is a shooting pain syndrome resulting from damage or irritation of the nerve trunks. Pathology can affect any region of the human body. The severity of pain is from mild to unbearable. The disease is caused by various reasons: infections (varicella zoster virus (shingles), AIDS, Lyme disease); irritation of the nervous tissue by the pressure of tumors, bones, blood vessels; somatic pathologies (kidney disease, diabetes mellitus, etc.), age-related changes. Severe forms of the disease reduce the quality of life, negatively affect the ability to work and social adaptation. Medicines and physical therapy are not always effective enough to relieve pain.