A New Treatment for Migraines!

Migraine headaches affect many Americans, occurring in about 7% of men and 16% of women. These headaches are very difficult to treat successfully. Nearly two-thirds of headache patients discontinue prescription medications due to inadequate relief and side effects. As you can imagine, attempting to bring relief to Migraine sufferers is frustrating for physicians and patients alike.

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TMJ Problems

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) Syndrome, is one of the most common cause of facial pain. It can primarily involve muscle and soft tissue problems, or there can be problems with the joint itself, such as arthritis and degeneration. Sometimes, these two types coexist in the same patient, making diagnosis and treatment more challenging.

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