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.
Dr. Jeff Harris here, and I’m the Director of The Migraine Headache Center of Pennsylvania, located in Kennett Square, PA. Today I would like to speak with you about a specific problem in the healthcare industry.
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.
Consider this. Dentists in general know more about the forces involved in the muscles of the head and neck, and the relationship of those forces with the nerves in the jaw, face and teeth than just about ANY other type of care provider.
Hello everybody. Dr. Jeff Harris here, and I’d like to take a few moments to thank EVERYONE in our local community and beyond who came out in support of The Willowdale Steeplechase on this gorgeous Mother’s Day.