TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre
Conejo Valley Office
555 Marin St. Suite #180,
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
11980 San Vicente Blvd. Suite 619
Brentwood, CA 90049
Board Certified in Oro-Facial Pain and Jaw disorders - TMJ Doctor Los Angeles
Visit us and find out! TMJ or Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorder is affecting more than 10 million people across The United States of America as of today.
TMJ specialists typically provide physical therapy along with medication to cure TMJ disorders treatment. Sometimes, surgery is required. As this field has not been researched as much, it is considered best to stick to a reversible treatment.
Dr. David Shirazi
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We Teach Your Body To Treat Itself
Our goal is to treat patients using old traditional techniques of TMJ and headaches along with harmless medicines and physical activities.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Popping/clicking of the jaw (crepitus) Pain that feels like a toothache.
Keep in mind that for most people, discomfort from TMJ will eventually go away on its own. Simple self-care practices, such as exercising to reduce teeth-clenching caused by stress, can be effective in easing TMJ symptoms.
This can occur at night as a sleep disorder, which is referred to as sleep bruxism. It can cause you to have a headache when you wake up in the morning. … Bruxism is also linked to other sleep conditions like sleep apnea, and it may cause damaged teeth and jaw pain.
When that throbbing pain gets unbearable, it’s easy to worry that your headache might be something more serious, like a brain tumor. … Vision problems and other symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and being sensitive to sound and light are much more likely indicators of a migraine headache than a mass in the brain.