Neuromuscular Dentistry: Find a Neuromuscular Dentist Guide for TMJ disorders and Migraine Tx

I Hate is a patient education site that explains how neuromuscular dentistry can diagnose and treat patients with Migraines, TMJ disorders, Episodic Tension Type Headaches, Chronic Daily Headaches and Sinus Headaches.
Jan. 31, 2010 - PRLog -- A new website is dedicated to explaining the connection between chronic headaches and TMJ disorders.  Neuromuscular Dentistry is a powerful tool for treating and preventing all type of headaches related to the trigeminal nerve.  Migraines, Tension Type Headaches, Chronic Daily Headaches, ETTH, Sinus headaches and cervicogenic heaaches are all related to pathology related to the trigeminal nerve.  Neuromuscular Dentistry can treat the headaches and related symptoms.

Dr Ira L Shapira founded I HATE to help improve the quality of life for patients with chronic headache.  "Many patients can be treated without excessive use of medication" according to Dr Shapira who has been practicing Neuromuscular Dentistry for almost 30 years.  he is currently the Secretary of ICCMO, The International College of CranioMandibular Orthopedics.  "All neuromuscular dentists should belong to ICCMO" say Dr Shapira "it is the single most important organization promoting neuromuscular dentistry"

Dr Shapira is the ICCMO representative to the TMD Alliance (Alliance of TMD Organizations) which includes all of the most important organizations of TMD practitioners.  He hopes that in the coming year the TMD alliance will work to stop the discrimination against women that is rampant in insurance contracts dealing with TMJ disorders.  80% of TMJ disorder patients are women and the horrendous history of insurance company coverage of Temporomandibular disorder treatment is misogynistic  at best if not downright  criminal.

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I HAte is dedicated to helping patients find neuromuscular dental treatment of TMD, TMJ disorders, Migraines and other headaches. I HATE CPAP! LLC provides information on Sleep Apnea, Dental Sleep Medicine and alternative to CPAP for patients who are CPAP intolerant. The website has valuable information on treating sleep apnea utilizing oral appliances.
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