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Holistic TMJ Treatment Part 2 – the Musculoskeletal System

TMJ Help Burbank Thousand Oaks

The musculosteletal system is made up of the bones of the skeleton, muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, joints and other connective tissue that support and attach tissues and organs.

This system supports the body, allowing motion and protecting vital organs. As TMJ issues inherently involve the musculoskeletal system, treatment of TMJ issues necessarily requires a holistic approach.

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Dr. Richard Gerardo, D.C. C.S.C.P. & D.A.C.B.N, offers TMJ Holistic Treatment from clinics in Burbank and Thousand Oaks, California.

Burbank – (818) 567-0866

Thousand Oaks – (805) 409-3160

 

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TMJ, Sleep Apnea and Related Pain – Thousand Oaks & Burbank

North Hollywood Thousand Oaks CARichard C. Gerardo, D.C. Chiropractic uses Cranial Dental Therapy, a team approach that includes two primary specialists: a specially trained chiropractor and dentist. Together, we cross diagnose and treat TMJ and sleep apnea related problems in a step-by-step process that maximizes the speed to alleviating pain and discomfort. Because both specialists work together, in person, communication is drastically improved resulting in a much faster outcome.

 

For more information call (818) 567-0866 or (805) 495-8300 . . . or visit our website.

 

 

Back Pain, Neck Pain or Headaches. TMJ. Burbank, CA

back-pain-neck-pain-jaw-clench-burbank-caHave you tried to stop chronic pain, but haven’t found a solution? Are you experiencing…

●  Headaches, jaw and tooth pain?
●  Neck and shoulder pain?
●  Upper, mid and lower back pain, sciatica?
●  Foot pain?

Chronic pain in these areas may be caused by temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), sleep apnea and craniofacial problems.

The muscular skeletal system is completely interconnected. Sometimes pain is felt in one area, while its cause is somewhere else. For example, TMJ disorder affects the jaw joint, but pain may be felt in the teeth, neck, shoulder, back and even the feet.

That’s why the disorder is often called “the great deceiver”.

For more information call (818) 567-0866 or visit our website.