The use of dry needling for the treatment of temporomandibular joint dysfunction continues to grow in the dental community as a option for those suffering with TMJ pain. “Our primary source of referrals for patients with TMD are dentists looking for faster and longer lasting results. Dry needling is just one modality used in the active care plan for TMD”, according to Ryan Lynch, MPT. “We encorporate manual therapy, laser, and other modalities including exercise as part of the patients total care plan.”
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