Toronto TMJ Dentist Explains Non Invasive Treatment For Headaches and Pain

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Dr. Goodfellow has published his latest article covering Toronto TMJ treatment. The article is available for viewing at https://torontotmjandsleepcentre.com/blog/non-invasive-tmj-treatment/

Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy Treatment in the Toronto Area has published a new article entitled Toronto TMJ Dentist Explains Non Invasive Treatment, which sheds light on the most important aspects of treatment for craniofacial pain, headaches and TMJ disorders for women between 25 and 60. This may be particularly helpful for. women who have unexplained pain or headaches who have not been tested to see if they have a temporomandibular joint disorder. The full article at can be viewed at https://torontotmjandsleepcentre.com/blog/non-invasive-tmj-treatment/.


The article includes several interesting pieces of information, one in particular is not all treatments for TMJ disorders need to be invasive such as with surgery. This should be of particular interest to women between 25 and 60 with craniofacial pain, headaches or a TMJ disorder because many women with TMJ syndrome prefer to avoid surgery if possible and would prefer a non-invasive approach that is reversible.


One of the most important pieces of information the article tries to convey and communicate is when the ideal jaw position is discovered and the jaw is helped to function in that position then muscles can begin to relax. The best example of this is perhaps found in the following extract:


‘We do this by finding out what position you want to function in using your neurology. Then your muscles start to lengthen and relax. The pain then decreases and patients start to feel much better in a very sustainable way.’


In discussing the article’s creation, Dr. Richard Goodfellow, owner at Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy Treatment in the Toronto Area said:


“Many women suffer needlessly with headaches or craniofacial pain and we are excited to provide an explanation of an alternative treatment for TMJ disorders.” A video explanation can be viewed here.


Regular readers of Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy Treatment in the Toronto Area will notice the article takes a familiar tone, which has been described as ‘upbeat’.


Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy Treatment in the Toronto Area now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article, as they are intent on educating prospective patients about treatment options they may not have considered before and explaining the details of how assessments and treatments work. The reason is simply because it is only when someone is informed about the options available that he or she is able to make the best choice for themselves.


Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy Treatment in the Toronto Area via their website at https://torontotmjandsleepcentre.com/


The complete article is available to view in full at https://torontotmjandsleepcentre.com/blog/non-invasive-tmj-treatment/.

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