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My last post was called “The Great Imposter,” because TMJ is a disease that takes many different forms and manifests itself in different patients in different ways. Because of this, TMJ is like ... Read More »
Advocacy groups for chronic Lyme disease have become increasingly vocal. Lyme disease is a rare, geographically limited (only occurs in specific parts of the U.S.) tick-borne infection. Lyme disease ... Read More »
The number of times my son has awoken me over a bad dream rivals only the number of times my wife has awoken me over my snoring. It’s a trait I share with my father. I remember many nights finding ... Read More »
A defining moment is to human experience what an outlier is to statisticians. Just as an outlier stands out because it lies outside the ... Read More »
With a royal wedding, tornados, three wars and our economy in the tank, I wanted to post some takeaway gems from patients who are struggling either medically, psychologically or financially. In yucky ... Read More »
Being healthy is less complex and simpler than our modern culture would have us believe it is. There are many books, talk shows, websites, nutrition and exercise experts, as well as health ... Read More »
With so many newer migraine medicines in the triptan class (Imitrex, Maxalt, Amerge, Relpax, and Frova) and several good non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) like Naproxen and Ibuprofen, ... Read More »
The Japanese tea ceremony summarizes the beauty and benefits of tea. There is the process of brewing, steeping, flavoring and enjoying the tea, but there is also the nourishment and healing that this ... Read More »
After ten years in private practice I can tell you that people’s concerns haven’t changed much over time. Many of us convince ourselves we have these medical problems when thankfully we don’t. ... Read More »

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