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The temporal mandibular joint is perhaps the most complicated joint in the human body. Muscles and ligaments attach the mandible to the temporal bones. Both sides must be synchronously balanced with the joint to function properly. While much of the focus is on the mandible and the occlusion of the teeth, we have found that the key to stabilization is dealing with the cranium itself.
If you suffer from constant headaches, you know that headaches can be so painful. So painful sometimes that most people experiencing them cannot sit still and will often pace up and down the room during an episode.
Over a century ago, the founders of chiropractic treatment came up with an idea. It is that chiropractic care can sustain good health naturally, without surgery or medication. These days, chiropractic treatment stands second in the list of the largest approved health practices.
Vertigo is a very common issue that is estimated to affect around 40% of adults in the United States at some point during their lifetime. Vertigo is a symptom of a condition, rather than an actual condition itself. The symptoms can vary significantly, and for some people, can be extremely debilitating, affecting their ability to work and their quality of life. Fortunately, chiropractic care is one of the most effective ways of relieving these symptoms and helping patients to reclaim their life.
Every year millions of people die or go to the hospital due to serious or traumatic brain injury. Many of them experience a concussion. Many of these injuries related to falls, vehicular accidents, workplace accidents, and even sports. Unfortunately, many that do not result in serious injury or death go undetected or unreported.
Here’s what you need to know about TMJ, including how you can expect chiropractic care to help.
Presentations WCLBP 2019 Sacroiliac Instability (pdf) – This case demonstrates how the lower kinematic chain has a relationship to the pelvis-hip-knee-foot in an ascending and descending manner.
Orbital pseudotumor is the third most common ophthalmologic disease of the orbit and accounts for 8 to 11% of all orbital tumors. A 47-year-old female woke up January 15, 2014 with darkness and limited vision in the right eye, which after