What We Treat
TMJ Disorders • Nerve Disorders • Headache Disorders • Sleep Disorders
TMJ disorders involve the joint and/or the muscles of the jaw. Symptoms may include: pain on chewing, ear pain, headaches, limited jaw opening and pain on opening/closing the jaw. Explore conservative therapies to help rehabilitate your jaw.
Disorders of the nerves in the head and neck can involve prolonged numbness, pain or loss of function. Proper diagnosis can help decrease stress and pain. Explore a variety of therapies to help manage your symptoms.
Identify muscles and nerves in the head and neck that may be contributing to common primary headaches. Identify triggers for common headaches. Explore a variety of non-pharmacological therapies to manage and prevent primary headaches.
Positive airway pressure (PAP) therapy is the gold standard for obstructive sleep apnea. For those who are not able to tolerate PAP therapy, oral appliance therapy may be an option. Explore the benefits of improving sleep hygiene and positional sleep therapy.