AZ-TMJ develops effective treatment for migraine headaches

AZ-TMJ is once again leading the way in innovative and effective treatments for severe cases of Temporomandibular Joint Disorders or TMD. AZ-TMJ has developed a variety of highly effective treatments to greatly reduce the frequency and severity of migraine headaches for a large percentage of sufferers. Approximately 16% to 17% of the population suffers from migraine headaches, which often have a debilitating effect on suffers' daily lives.

“Many migraine sufferers may be grinding their teeth or clenching their jaw during sleep or throughout the day. These symptoms often aggravate the Trigeminal Nucleus Caudalis, a key nerve center that can trigger migraine headaches.”

"I have found that migraine headaches are often triggered by problems with patients' jaw joints (TMJ)," said Dr. Stan Farrell. "Many migraine sufferers may be grinding their teeth or clenching their jaw during sleep or throughout the day. These symptoms often aggravate the Trigeminal Nucleus Caudalis, a key nerve center that can trigger migraine headaches."

After a thorough exam and diagnosis, AZ-TMJ can frequently develop non-invasive pain relieving treatments that do not rely on the long-term use of pain relieving medications. Migraines can be often avoided or greatly reduced through the use of a simple custom made splint that allows the jaw joint to heal and reduces teeth grinding or jaw clenching. Additionally, the FDA has recently approved the use of Botox for treating chronic headaches.

AZ-TMJ's principal doctor is well versed in the treatment of all forms of headache, neck pain and other problems from his extensive training in the treatment of Orofacial Pain at UCLA.

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