Quite recently, I’ve seen cases where patients came to me with shoulder issues, sometimes following surgery related to either the hand or shoulder. I thought now it would be a good opportunity to relate my findings.
The case of jaw pain can be of at least two causes: infection or musculo-skeletal. Only proper diagnosis through interview and examination can determine which. Even given proper diagnosis, however, the right treatment course still must be selected. This is often no easy matter.
Entitled “The Spiral Engine of Locomotion,” this stunning artistic representation of the different axes of muculoskeletal connection provides some interesting clues into why non-local treatments are often key to effective acupuncture. Check out the fabulous artwork here or book an appointment.