Treatments

Treatments

Headache TMJ – Los Angeles Pain Clinic provide expert advice and treatments for patients that suffers Headaches, TMJ, Orofacial Pain and Sleep Apnea.

 

Myofascial Pain Treatment

Suffering from myofascial pain is truly a dreadful experience. Causes for this disease widely vary, but common causes include muscle injury and repetitive strain. In order to free you from discomfort and pain…

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Headaches Treatment

If you are experiencing pain anywhere in your face, neck, or head, most likely you have a headache. This type of pain is typically experienced due to certain complications in pain-sensitive structures…

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Muscle Pain Treatment

Muscle ache or pain, which is also called myalgia, is a common body injury. Because there are muscle tissues in almost every part of our body, it is reasonable to assume that you have experienced…

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Sleep Apnea Treatment

Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder common among Americans. Symptoms for this disorder include shallow breathing, gasping, snoring, as well as pauses in breathing. Suffering from this disorder…

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Migraine Treatment

Migraine can adversely affect your personal and professional life as it can trigger extremely pain. This chronic neurological disease has four possible phases, which can be easily assessed by an expert. In order to alleviate the pain from this disease…

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Cluster Headaches Treatment

The patient on a single side of his or her face usually feels this type of headache. It is common for patients with this disorder to experience extreme pain that may last up to 90 minutes, and in some cases, up to three hours.

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Tension Type Headaches

This is the most common type of primary headache, accounting for almost 90 percent of all cases of headaches. The pain one feels can radiate from the back of the head, the neck, the eyes, or facial muscles. While the pain levels for tension-type…

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TMJ Treatment

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the flexible hinge joint that connects the upper temporal bone of the cranium (skull) with the lower jawbone (mandible). There are two TMJs, one on each side of a person’s head immediately in front of the ear. Surrounded by muscles attached to…

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