Where can I get treatment for 07031 tinnitus?
Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is a condition which affects millions across the nation. If you’ve been suffering from constant or intermittent ringing, buzzing, roaring, clicking, or hissing sounds that no one else can hear, the New Jersey Headache Relief Center may be able to help. Providing an innovative approach to diagnosing and treating 07031 tinnitus, if your doctor hasn’t been able to determine the source of your symptoms, your neuromuscular dentist may have the solution.
As a neuromuscular dentist with a background in prosthodontics, Dr. Richard A. Ekstein is uniquely suited to examine the complex interrelations between your inner ear, temporomandibular joint (TMJ), bite, and surrounding musculature. The cochlea of the inner ear is positioned right beside your TMJ, the joint which acts as a hinge for your jaw. According to the Mayo Clinic, 07031 tinnitus can sometimes be caused by TMJ disorders. Your neuromuscular dentist is highly skilled in diagnosing and treating TMJ, and has found over the years, that the underlying issue can often be attributed to dental bite force imbalance. When the forces of your bite aren’t distributed properly, the surrounding muscles and joints can become tense, leading to orofacial pain, headaches, and even tinnitus. Dr. Ekstein provides a multi-pronged approach to relieving any strain within the Dentomandibular Complex, from rehabilitative orthotics, to trigger point therapy and electrotherapy to relax muscle tension.
Without the use of any drugs or needles, you may able to find lasting relief for your 07031 tinnitus! For a fresh, advanced approach to diagnosing and treating your ringing ears, schedule a consultation with Dr. Ekstein at New Jersey Headache Relief Center. Your neuromuscular dentist will carefully review your medical history, and can work out a highly personalized course of treatment depending on your needs. Dr. Ekstein also hosts seminars where he discusses his breakthrough treatment protocols for sufferers of chronic headaches, migraines, and tinnitus. To learn more, contact his office today!