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2619 Blair Stone Rd. Tallahassee, FL 32301
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Closed Mouthed About Jaw Pain
TMJ disorder (or just "TMJ" or "TMD") is the name used for several conditions that affect the jaw (technical term for jaw: Temporo Mandibular Joint). Sufferers of TMJ may have difficulty opening and closing their mouths, especially when trying to speak and chew. TMJ can also cause clicking noises, muscle tightness, earaches and rushing or ringing in the ears, a feeling of the jaws grinding or grating, and pain. Headaches, shoulder, and neck pain can also be associated with this disorder and may be the first thing noticed before TMJ sets in. Muscle spasms, tenderness and swelling of the face and neck can also accompany TMJ.


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Do you spend long hours at a computer terminal, work on an assembly line, use your hands or wrists repetitively, or maybe play a musical instrument for hours a day? If you perform the same movement day after day, you may be setting yourself up for repetitive motion injury.


FATIGUE-I Need A Tune-Up
"Doctor, I go to bed tired and I wake up tired." A common complaint in most doctors' offices. The usual examination checks for diabetes, hypoglycemia, anemia and other conditions which cause chronic tiredness. Often, no definite physiological disease can be pinpointed. The patient is left with a frustrated feeling and is still tired.


DIZZINESS-Whoa, Hang On
There are two primary types of dizziness, sometimes known as Vertigo. The are (1) inner ear and (2) circulatory. Both types may be produced by drugs, accidents or by merely whirling about rapidly like many of us did as children.



The Function of the Vertebrae
  
These tips can help you steer clear of pain & keep you feeling your best.