It’s hard to believe that we are in December and the middle of the holiday season. While this time of year is filled with plenty of joy, it can also be stressful when people think of all that needs to be done in a short time. The added stress can be triggering for people who experience TMJ problems. We want to share some helpful tips to manage your stress so you can enjoy this time of year to the fullest. Read on to learn more.
At Atlas Orofacial Pain & Apnea Group, we provide life-changing treatment to patients who are suffering from TMJ dysfunction. November is TMJ Awareness Month, which is a month dedicated to helping make more people aware of TMJ.
At Atlas Orofacial Pain & Apnea Group, we are passionate about helping improve the lives of our patients who suffer from TMJ and sleep apnea. We feel it is important for our current and future patients to hear first-hand from those who have received treatment and how it has benefited their lives. We had the honor of sitting with some of our current patients. Click here to watch a video about their thoughts and experiences.
We don’t know how you feel, but we can’t believe that September has arrived. September signifies the end of the summer and the return to a regular schedule for many. Schools and colleges resume, and those who had a lighter summer work schedule return to a regular routine. This can be especially challenging for people who struggle with TMJ disorders, as high levels of stress and anxiety can trigger their symptoms and cause them to resurface once again. We wanted to share some helpful tips for an easy transition to whatever this fall has in store for you. Continue reading to learn more.
At Atlas Orofacial Pain & Apnea Group, we encourage patients who experience symptoms from TMJ and have received treatment in our office to have a mindset of ability and not disability. We never want patients to avoid trying something that will improve their overall health out of fear of what will happen to their TMJ condition. We encourage our patients to live healthy lifestyles, which includes regular exercise.
Less Pain, Better Sleep — this is the slogan that Dr. Goldberg uses for his practice, Atlas Orofacial Pain & Apnea Group. He is passionate about helping his patients who experience TMJ, facial pain, and sleep issues. Patients who experience these issues often feel hopeless and are unsure about where to turn for help and relief. Our office is one of the few in the country that focuses primarily on these issues. We encourage you to learn more about our practice and hear thoughts from our team and our beloved patients.
Every day, I strive to improve the lives of my patients who are suffering from TMJ disorders, craniofacial pain, sleep apnea, and related disorders. I take my position as an Orofacial Pain Specialist seriously because I want to improve the lives of my patients. I have dedicated many years of my life to continuing education as well as research that will continue to improve the lives of my patients. I am fortunate enough to be a member of some prestigious organizations that are composed of like-minded medical professionals, and I was recently named president of the American Academy of Orofacial Pain. Read on to learn about what this honor means and how it will translate to your care.
Do you visit our office for complications with TMJ? If so, then you know that certain foods can cause your symptoms to flare up and leave you in a state of discomfort. With the warmer weather arriving, vacations being planned, and family events taking place, it can be tempting to disregard food recommendations. We want to share some of the suggested foods and some foods that are best left to the side. Read on to learn more.
Do you suffer from TMJ? Maybe you have a loved one who does. If so, you know how it can negatively affect your life. While everyone should aim to stay relaxed at all times, it is especially important for someone who suffers from TMJ. We want to share some simple relaxation methods that you can do in the comfort of your own home. Having not only a relaxed jaw, but a relaxed body as well will help you better manage your symptoms.
Do you feel that you experience high levels of stress in your daily life? There can be many aspects of our lives that can lead to stress. Anything from work to financial difficulty to family issues to a full schedule can all lead to added stress. Unfortunately, when we are under significant stress, the effects can come out in our bodies. It is not uncommon for people to experience weight gain, high blood pressure, and tense muscles. Many people also develop issues with the TMJ due to high stress. Read on to learn more about how stress can negatively impact your TMJ disorder and ways you can help.