TMJ pain is bad enough, but add migraines to the mix and you have a recipe for dysfunction and pain. Sally’s quality of life was suffering as she coped with both.
When George first came to Dr. Harris at MHRPA, hope was low. He suffered with migraines and headaches frequently, and the neck pain and tension was almost too much to bear.
Amy suffered from migraine headaches for many, many years. However, in recent years they had gotten worse and more frequent. She sought help when the pain really began to affect her life.
When Tom found Dr. Harris and The Migraine Headache Relief Center of PA, he had been experiencing a significant amount of TMJ/TMD jaw discomfort. He also had regular headaches.
Janine had problems with clenching and grinding (we call it Bruxism) since she was a child. As she grew older and the stresses in her life piled up, the pain was no longer tolerable and she sought professional help.
When you have migraine headache pain that lasts as long as it did for Anna, you’re bound to miss some important things in life. This was the case with Anna.
Pat was experiencing severe neck pain and tension, along with associated pain that radiated into her face. This went on for the better part of a year, so she sought help from numerous specialists who were not able to help her.
Melinda, like so many others, had been to see other doctors. Her primary care doctor told her that the headaches she frequently experienced may be linked to some of her jaw problems.
Lori came to us with numerous problems that are linked to neuromuscular force imbalances, including migraine headaches, jaw pain, and frequent neck tension.
Just imagine what it was like for Nancy. She started out with 3 to 4 migraine headaches a month for years, and then took a marked turn for the worse in that the migraine episodes became almost constant.
José came to us with cluster headaches and a condition largely misunderstood by modern medicine – Trigeminal Neuralgia.
At MHRPA, Despina learned that her chronic neck pain was actually caused by unbalanced bite forces. Through neuromuscular dentistry Dr. Harris was able to eliminate her neck pain and tension.