Greenwich Dentist Offers New Protocol for Headache Sufferers
Dec 31, 2014 03:16AM
Chronic headache pain is one of the U.S.’ most prevalent health problems and, according to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, 157 million days of work and school were lost in 2013 due to debilitating chronic headache pain. Many people may never have considered discussing their symptoms with a dentist and Greenwich-based neuromuscular dentist Tom Anzalone and The Connecticut Headache and Migraine Relief Center (CHMRC) hope to change that and offer new relief to Fairfield County residents.
CHMRC is one of only 300 neuromuscular dentistry practices in the country that has been trained in a patented protocol developed by a dentist and a neurophysiologist who invented the cold laser. The non-invasive and non-narcotic approach presents several benefits that people suffering with chronic headache and migraine pain might not find with traditional solutions. It corrects the nerve and imbalanced muscle function without invasive procedures, pills or injections. The CHMRC program also provides patients with an at-home care kit that helps give them more control over their situation.
“It really is incredible to watch a person transform from someone plagued with chronic, disabling pain into a happier, healthier individual. That is essentially what all healthcare professionals strive for, and this breakthrough approach to therapeutic treatment helps us achieve that for our patients,” says CHMRC’s Tom Anzalone, DDS.
For more information, visit CTHeadacheRelief.com or call 203-531-5688. The Connecticut Headache and Migraine Relief Center is located at 235 Glenville Rd, Suite 2B, Greenwich. See Community Resource Guide listing, page 69.