Head, neck & jaw stabilization education

Symptoms you may be suffering from:

  • Headaches, neck pain, backaches
  • Clicking, popping, locking joint sounds
  • A feeling of fullness in the ear or ear pain/ringing
  • Sore jaw, awkward jaw coordination
  • Difficulty chewing, speaking or yawning due to jaw stiffness

Your symptoms won’t change until you do!

Solutions in 60 minutes - a neck & jaw stabilization program.

Set aside one hour to improve your quality of life. 

Balance & fall prevention

Stabilize Your Body, Stabilize Your Life

Falls are the leading cause of accidental disability and death in those over age 60.

Symptoms you may be suffering from:

  • Feelings of imbalance or dizziness
  • Fear of falling, nearly falling or suffering a fall
  • Self-imposed limited activity due to these symptoms

Our treatments to prevent falls and stabilize your balance

  • A personalized assessment of the potential cause behind your instability.
  • A check of visual function, your cervical position, muscle strength, ability to react quickly, and your body’s ability to perceive its position in space.
  • A personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.
  • A home program for ongoing care.
  • Tips to improve the safety of your home environment.

dry needling

Dry needling is a treatment technique that utilizes thin, solid filament needles to deactivate and desensitize trigger points in muscles.  Myofascial trigger points are knots in muscles that can contribute to pain, decreased flexibility and decreased muscle function.  Dry needling is an effective and efficient method of releasing trigger points, especially when other manual soft tissue techniques are unable to directly release (or release as many) a patient's trigger points.

Our therapist Steve has been trained by KinetaCore to meet Level 1 competency (27 hours of training) in Functional Dry Needling.


Patients with fibromyalgia have a much higher occurrence of head, neck and jaw disorders.

Treating them can have a positive, powerful impact on efforts to manage your disease.