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TMJ Blog

04. 19. 2017


Head Tension

Accounting for about 50% of headaches, tension-type headaches are the most common type. You will sometimes hear these referred to as “muscle contraction headaches”. Although women are more likely than men to get these, pretty much everyone will have at least one tension headache at some point in their life. The pain reported is usually…

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04. 06. 2017


How Can Stem Cells Benefit my TMJ?

For those of you who have been following my blog, you will recall that TMJ stands for your Temporomandibular Joints (jaw joints). Each person has a left and right TMJ and can experience a problem or dysfunction in one side or both.  A TMJ Dysfunction is typically referred to as TMD.  The TMJ has many…

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04. 06. 2017


Vertigo & TMD

As you may recall from other blogs you have read here on my website, TMJ dysfunction (TMD) is known as “The Great Impostor” because its symptoms mimic those of many other conditions. One that we will focus on this week is Vertigo, which is a sensation of dizziness that can cause postural imbalances. In other…

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03. 14. 2017

Recent News, Sleep Apnea, TMJ

Don’t Ignore the Snore: Dr. Klein featured on Channel 4 WDIV

Dr. Klein was featured in Paula Tutman’s 4 Part Series “Don’t Ignore the Snore” Series on Channel 4 WDIV Sunday March 12th and Monday March 13th.

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02. 01. 2017

Recent News, TMJ

Hearing Loss and TMD

I first learned about how TMD causes ear problems in the 1970’s.  An 8-year-old girl came in to my office, and after reading the forms that her parents filled out, I learned that she had lost her hearing.  Her ENT (Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist) had no idea why, as her structural anatomy was perfect. …

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