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Revisit National Health Week

Revisit National Health Week

April 4-10th was National Health Week. And, while we might have deemed that week specifically for it, we shouldn’t forget what we learned. As an initiative of the American Public Health Association, National Health Week was created to: Strengthen the profession of public health Understand, engage and support key public health issues Directly influence public […]

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Stress and the Holidays

Stress and the Holidays

Approximately 15 percent of Americans deal with chronic facial pain, which might be coming from your temporomandibular joints. The TMJ is responsible for chewing and speaking, which are definitely important—especially during the holiday season. If you have already been diagnosed with temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD), then you are no stranger to jaw and facial pain. […]

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What is Craniofacial Pain?

What is Craniofacial Pain?

You might have heard the term “Craniofacial Pain” before, but what does it mean? Well, craniofacial pain is a term that is often used to describe any chronic facial, neck or head pain you might be experiencing. The most common form of craniofacial pain is temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD). It may even include migraine headaches, […]