Correct a Jaw Misalignment & Get Immediate Symptom Relief

Some people are discovering to their delight that when a dentist corrects a misalignment in their jaw through use of an oral appliance – their symptoms show a dramatic and immediate improvement. I interviewed one such person during my radio show this week.  Cheryl  described the results of the appliance she now uses to be a miracle.

If you haven’t had a chance to listen to the radio show this week, it is worth taking the time to tune in. Cheryl experienced benefits from the dental appliance the day she began using it. You can listen to the radio show by visiting:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/parkinsons-recovery

Or – you can download the show from itunes. Simply run a search on Parkinsons Recovery.

As a result of my radio show this week I have received an explosion of emails and phone calls requesting additional information about dentists who are trained to correct the jaw misalignment. Most of the inquiries ask about a dentist in their area who has the equipment and training to do examinations and make the appliance.

You can search for a dentist in your area by visiting the following website page:

http://www.aacfp.org/cgi-bin/loc.pl

This list is maintained by the American Academy of Cranial Facial Pain.

There is also a video which describes the treatment in some detail and includes an interview with a person who currently experiences the symptoms of Parkinson’s.  The interview itself happens about 12 minutes into the video.

The TMJ dental treatment addresses a variety of other medical problems (such as headaches, fatigue and high blood pressure). It is probably more accident than planning that the appliance has been found to benefit persons who currently experience the symptoms of Parkinson’s. The link to the YouTube video is:

http://au.video.yahoo.com/watch/1538178

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Parkinsons Recovery

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