TMJ & Jaw Pain Treatment

Once a diagnosis has been established, Dr. Goldberg develops a treatment plan aimed at the most conservative, reversible, minimally invasive approach. Many patients are treated with a special oral appliance worn in the mouth at night, during the day, or both, to stabilize the joint and muscles. Medications may be prescribed and injections may be used to help facilitate improvement. Our practice also uses therapeutic ultrasound, low level laser therapy, biofeedback, iontophoresis, and physical therapy as necessary; we are fortunate to have a head and neck physical therapist and nutritionist right in the office.