Case Study 4: TMJ/Jaw Pain

Case Study 5 TMJ/Jaw Pain Joan is a 63-year-old female that presented with Jaw (TMJ) pain. There was no previous history of a jaw problem, and no injury she was aware of. Joan was unable to open her jaw more than one inch, and had been unable to chew any solid food for four weeks. [...]

September 30th, 2010|Case Studies|

Case Study 3: Childs Earache

Case Study 3 Earache (Otitis Media) Joe: 4 year old male Joe’s father is a patient who I had treated for shoulder pain. Joe started getting earaches when he was 2 years old. He had myringotomy (ear tubes) when he was two. He had been placed on antibiotics over 6 times. Joe presented with right-sided [...]

August 5th, 2010|Case Studies|

Case Study 2: Neck Pain and Tremors

Case Study 2 Neck Pain and Tremors Mandy, 44 year old Female Mandy presented to my office in September of 2009. She had complaints of Right sided neck pain and ‘full body tremors’. The pain began approximately 4 months prior. It was a gradual onset, and thought that perhaps it was from playing tennis. She [...]

July 19th, 2010|Case Studies|

Case Study 1: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Case Study 1: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ Nausea and Vomiting Mickey, 17 year old male In 2005, Mickey was diagnosed with Epstein Barr Virus. He began feeling fatigued almost immediately upon diagnosis. He also began to experience mild nausea. He was given courses of treatments, including antibiotics. The fatigue and nausea became almost constant over the [...]

July 15th, 2010|Case Studies|