Why does my jaw make noise?

One of the first signs of TMJ problems is a noise when opening or closing the mouth. The noise can happen all the time or sporadically. In some people the noise is very quiet and hard to hear, in others it is loud enough to hear across the dinner table. The reason the jaw is making noise is that the ligament between two bones is dislocating and popping on or off the jawbone. This is not normal or healthy.

Do TMJ problems hurt?

TMJ problems occasionally are associates with severe pain, but more than not, pain is a late effect. This means pain is not a predictable way to screen people for TMJ disorders. In most TMJ issues the bodies’ temporomandibular joint is resilient to the pain that people would expect when the bones and ligaments are being torn apart. Pain can occur in the joint space itself and in the muscles, that control the movement of the jaw and head and neck. Pain can come in the form of sharp shooting pains when opening and or closing and pain can also come in the form of dull unending ache in the muscle. It is not unusual to mistake TMJ pain for headaches and earaches.

Why is my jaw stuck or locked?

The jaw can occasionally become stuck or locked when the ligament dislocates between two bones completely blocking the jaw from closing again or opening to its full range. Another cause of a lock is when the muscles that control the movement of the jaw spasm to such an extent as to prevent full range of motion. Both situations are bad and very dangerous if left untreated. TMJ disorders are progressive in nature, which means small problems will turn into bigger problems without treatment.

How do you diagnose TMJ problems?

TMJ disorders are diagnosed by the use of physical examination, range of motion, joint sounds/vibrations, joint hard tissue images, patient history and interview and in some cases, sleep diagnostics and hospital based soft tissue diagnostics. Prior to any treatment suggestions a diagnosis of your condition will be made.

My dentist took x-rays can we use them?

Routine dental x-rays such as a panoramic x-ray can give hints about what might be going on in the joint space, but alone are not diagnostic for the condition of the bones associated with the jaw joint. It will frequently be necessary to obtain a 3D image of the joint through the use of a technology not typically found in a dental office. This image is called a CBCT scan or Cone Beam. You may be referred to a diagnostic imaging center to have this completed.

Are grinding/clenching related to TMJ issues?

Often, the action of clenching and or grinding of teeth can have a negative effect on the jaw joint. The jaw works best when plenty of lubrication is present. The act of clenching and grinding teeth puts stress on the joint space and causes a decrease in the quality of the lubrication.

Will drugs help?

Drugs can play an important role in the treatment of your TMJ issues. Drugs only will be used to improve the outcomes of more definitive treatments and therapies. Drugs alone cannot solve your TMJ issues. It may be necessary to prescribe analgesics, corticosteroid, muscle relaxants, anti-anxiety drugs, antidepressants, or local anesthetics.

Why and when are sleep studies recommended in TMJ situations?

It has been reported that greater than 60% of patients with TMJ issues suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). OSA can only be diagnosed through the use of sleep study that is read and interpreted by a sleep physician. OSA has many presentations that can affect the mouth, the tongue, the teeth and the jaw joint. Because such a high correlation exists between the two disorders and the severity of consequences of living with undiagnosed sleep apnea it may be suggested during the course of TMJ therapy that a sleep study be obtained. One of the hallmark maintenance therapies for TMJ is a nighttime appliance. This appliance can cause patients with sleep apnea to double the severity of their sleep apnea, if not made to control sleep apnea.

Could my headache be a result of my TMJ issue?

It depends on the type of headache. Headaches are complicated and deserve to be evaluated carefully by a medical doctor. Headaches may result from issues within the skull, outside of the skull, the spine, blood pressure, medication and many other causes. We can never guarantee that TMJ appliances will solve headache issues, but we have found that frequently headache occurrence improves with therapy.

What might happen if I do nothing?

Unfortunately, the future is worse than the present. TMJ issues are progressive; they continue to get worse over time. The progression usually follows this pathway. Short term sharp pains, jaw inflammation resulting in muscle tenderness, jaw joint noises, limited range of motion and locking of jaw, changes in the bony makeup if the jaw joint, wear and destruction of teeth, loss of a portion of jaw joint resulting in a permanent change in the bite and ability to chew.

How do I find out if I have sleep apnea?

Sleep Apnea cannot be diagnosed from symptoms alone. There are only two ways to determine if you have sleep apnea. One is called a PSG which is an overnight visit to a facility that is designed to monitor all facets of sleep. The other is a home sleep study where you sleep with a monitor in the comfort of your own bed. Both options are good at detecting sleep apnea and with both tests, a boarded sleep physician will read and interpret the raw data collected by the sleep study. The at home sleep study is much less expensive to administer than the in-lab sleep study but sometimes can under diagnose the occurrence of sleep apnea. It is occasionally recommended that if you have severe symptoms and get a negative reading from a home sleep test that your test is followed up with an in-lab sleep study.

What is the difference between mild, moderate and severe sleep apnea?

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine has created 3 classifications of obstructive sleep apnea. The difference between the classification center around the number of times you stop breathing in an hour of sleep. Mild is equal to 5-15 events per hour, moderate is 16-30 events, and severe being greater than 30. Obstructive sleep apnea is a progressive disorder; without treatment, it will get worse over time.

Will I stop snoring?

It depends. We will be able to run some simple tests to determine the amount of advancement required to prevent snoring. On occasion, it takes a period of time to adjust your appliance to the best possible position; one where you will wake feeling rested, minimize snoring noise and allow you a comfortable night’s sleep. We will do everything in our power to help you get into this position.

How will I know if the treatment really works?

We do not completely rely on how you feel to determine if the appliance is working. We expect that you will feel more refreshed and have more energy, but we will also validate our treatment with the use of a follow-up sleep study. It may require us to repeat this test until we get the results that we anticipate. We may also use technology such as a cone beam x-ray to evaluate the increase in the lower airway.

How long will it take to feel more rested?

Generally, your subjective symptoms will improve within 30-60 days. We work with you to ensure that this happens as quickly as possible.

How long does an appliance last?

Nothing lasts forever. Your appliance is going to be used every night for 6-8 hours. We anticipate that your appliance will need to be replaces in 5-7 years. This could be sooner in people who are heavy bruxers and clenchers or those who do not take care of their appliance.

Will my insurance pay for this?

If you obtain a diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea, your insurance company should pay for your care. Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a medical condition treated with a dental device. Because it is a medical condition, only medical insurance will provide coverage. It is also subject to your annual medical insurance deductible. If you have met your deductible, they will generally cover more of the expenses. If you have not, your payment will apply to your deductible for other services you may need this year.

Is an appliance the only treatment that I will need?

It depends. CPAP is the gold standard of treating obstructive sleep apnea, and its effectiveness should never be undervalued. The goal of treatment should always be to render the least invasive, least expensive treatment that is both effective and lends itself to patient compliance. Sometimes, an oral appliance does not meet these goals. When it does not, we will actively support your in obtaining other effective therapies. Both CPAP and oral appliances work by helping air get to your lungs. Occasionally, we will discover that the air is having difficulty in making the journey because of physical barriers in the pathway that CPAP and oral appliances are unable to help. In these situations, we will work with the appropriate physician to create a plan that gets you the best possible outcome.

What are the risks of treatment?

Because you will be seeing a dentist with advanced training in treating sleep apnea, we can assure you that every possible precaution will be made to prevent any possible harm to your occlusion (the way your teeth come together) and your TMJ. But despite all care, it is possible to have some consequences in these areas.

What are the risks of not treating sleep apnea?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea steals far more than sleep, it steals life. Few diseases have more consequences on your longevity and quality of life than sleep apnea. Of course, it is impossible to know for sure, but heart attack, stroke, type 2 diabetes, automobile accidents, poor performance at work, fatigue and negative social interactions are among the most common and problematic risks.

Why do I need a Home Sleep Test?

Home Sleep Tests are commonly used by physicians to diagnose sleep breathing disorders such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Our patients have already been diagnosed with OSA during their Data Appointment which is why we use them mid-treatment to check the efficacy of our therapy.

What is included in the MediByte® Kit and what are their purposes?

The MediByte® Recorder is equivalent to the quality of a sleep laboratory in the palm of the patients’ hand. The recorder contains sensors for body position, pulse oximetry, and a pressure transducer. Each sensor includes the same high-quality and reliable biosensors that are used in a sleep laboratory. These sensors monitor airflow, respiratory effort, and blood oxygenation. There are 5 connectors and each are unique and connect differently to simplify the hook-up process. Each connector locks into place causing sensor data to be continuously captured. A snore microphone records every single snore and will offer precise audio playback for your sleep physician. When played back, it sounds as if you were in the room during the patient’s snoring.

Can I use this with my CPAP device?

The MediByte® Home Sleep Test is compatible with any CPAP device. The MediByte® connects to any CPAP device in the industry with the standard luer connector. When the study is completed, software will show important information from airflow as well as a concise breakdown of study parameters for the sleep physician to review.

TMD/Craniofacial Pain - FAQ
Why does my jaw make noise?

One of the first signs of TMJ problems is a noise when opening or closing the mouth. The noise can happen all the time or sporadically. In some people the noise is very quiet and hard to hear, in others it is loud enough to hear across the dinner table. The reason the jaw is making noise is that the ligament between two bones is dislocating and popping on or off the jawbone. This is not normal or healthy.

Do TMJ problems hurt?

TMJ problems occasionally are associates with severe pain, but more than not, pain is a late effect. This means pain is not a predictable way to screen people for TMJ disorders. In most TMJ issues the bodies’ temporomandibular joint is resilient to the pain that people would expect when the bones and ligaments are being torn apart. Pain can occur in the joint space itself and in the muscles, that control the movement of the jaw and head and neck. Pain can come in the form of sharp shooting pains when opening and or closing and pain can also come in the form of dull unending ache in the muscle. It is not unusual to mistake TMJ pain for headaches and earaches.

Why is my jaw stuck or locked?

The jaw can occasionally become stuck or locked when the ligament dislocates between two bones completely blocking the jaw from closing again or opening to its full range. Another cause of a lock is when the muscles that control the movement of the jaw spasm to such an extent as to prevent full range of motion. Both situations are bad and very dangerous if left untreated. TMJ disorders are progressive in nature, which means small problems will turn into bigger problems without treatment.

How do you diagnose TMJ problems?

TMJ disorders are diagnosed by the use of physical examination, range of motion, joint sounds/vibrations, joint hard tissue images, patient history and interview and in some cases, sleep diagnostics and hospital based soft tissue diagnostics. Prior to any treatment suggestions a diagnosis of your condition will be made.

My dentist took x-rays can we use them?

Routine dental x-rays such as a panoramic x-ray can give hints about what might be going on in the joint space, but alone are not diagnostic for the condition of the bones associated with the jaw joint. It will frequently be necessary to obtain a 3D image of the joint through the use of a technology not typically found in a dental office. This image is called a CBCT scan or Cone Beam. You may be referred to a diagnostic imaging center to have this completed.

Are grinding/clenching related to TMJ issues?

Often, the action of clenching and or grinding of teeth can have a negative effect on the jaw joint. The jaw works best when plenty of lubrication is present. The act of clenching and grinding teeth puts stress on the joint space and causes a decrease in the quality of the lubrication.

Will drugs help?

Drugs can play an important role in the treatment of your TMJ issues. Drugs only will be used to improve the outcomes of more definitive treatments and therapies. Drugs alone cannot solve your TMJ issues. It may be necessary to prescribe analgesics, corticosteroid, muscle relaxants, anti-anxiety drugs, antidepressants, or local anesthetics.

Why and when are sleep studies recommended in TMJ situations?

It has been reported that greater than 60% of patients with TMJ issues suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). OSA can only be diagnosed through the use of sleep study that is read and interpreted by a sleep physician. OSA has many presentations that can affect the mouth, the tongue, the teeth and the jaw joint. Because such a high correlation exists between the two disorders and the severity of consequences of living with undiagnosed sleep apnea it may be suggested during the course of TMJ therapy that a sleep study be obtained. One of the hallmark maintenance therapies for TMJ is a nighttime appliance. This appliance can cause patients with sleep apnea to double the severity of their sleep apnea, if not made to control sleep apnea.

Could my headache be a result of my TMJ issue?

It depends on the type of headache. Headaches are complicated and deserve to be evaluated carefully by a medical doctor. Headaches may result from issues within the skull, outside of the skull, the spine, blood pressure, medication and many other causes. We can never guarantee that TMJ appliances will solve headache issues, but we have found that frequently headache occurrence improves with therapy.

What might happen if I do nothing?

Unfortunately, the future is worse than the present. TMJ issues are progressive; they continue to get worse over time. The progression usually follows this pathway. Short term sharp pains, jaw inflammation resulting in muscle tenderness, jaw joint noises, limited range of motion and locking of jaw, changes in the bony makeup if the jaw joint, wear and destruction of teeth, loss of a portion of jaw joint resulting in a permanent change in the bite and ability to chew.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea - FAQ
How do I find out if I have sleep apnea?

Sleep Apnea cannot be diagnosed from symptoms alone. There are only two ways to determine if you have sleep apnea. One is called a PSG which is an overnight visit to a facility that is designed to monitor all facets of sleep. The other is a home sleep study where you sleep with a monitor in the comfort of your own bed. Both options are good at detecting sleep apnea and with both tests, a boarded sleep physician will read and interpret the raw data collected by the sleep study. The at home sleep study is much less expensive to administer than the in-lab sleep study but sometimes can under diagnose the occurrence of sleep apnea. It is occasionally recommended that if you have severe symptoms and get a negative reading from a home sleep test that your test is followed up with an in-lab sleep study.

What is the difference between mild, moderate and severe sleep apnea?

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine has created 3 classifications of obstructive sleep apnea. The difference between the classification center around the number of times you stop breathing in an hour of sleep. Mild is equal to 5-15 events per hour, moderate is 16-30 events, and severe being greater than 30. Obstructive sleep apnea is a progressive disorder; without treatment, it will get worse over time.

Will I stop snoring?

It depends. We will be able to run some simple tests to determine the amount of advancement required to prevent snoring. On occasion, it takes a period of time to adjust your appliance to the best possible position; one where you will wake feeling rested, minimize snoring noise and allow you a comfortable night’s sleep. We will do everything in our power to help you get into this position.

How will I know if the treatment really works?

We do not completely rely on how you feel to determine if the appliance is working. We expect that you will feel more refreshed and have more energy, but we will also validate our treatment with the use of a follow-up sleep study. It may require us to repeat this test until we get the results that we anticipate. We may also use technology such as a cone beam x-ray to evaluate the increase in the lower airway.

How long will it take to feel more rested?

Generally, your subjective symptoms will improve within 30-60 days. We work with you to ensure that this happens as quickly as possible.

How long does an appliance last?

Nothing lasts forever. Your appliance is going to be used every night for 6-8 hours. We anticipate that your appliance will need to be replaces in 5-7 years. This could be sooner in people who are heavy bruxers and clenchers or those who do not take care of their appliance.

Will my insurance pay for this?

If you obtain a diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea, your insurance company should pay for your care. Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a medical condition treated with a dental device. Because it is a medical condition, only medical insurance will provide coverage. It is also subject to your annual medical insurance deductible. If you have met your deductible, they will generally cover more of the expenses. If you have not, your payment will apply to your deductible for other services you may need this year.

Is an appliance the only treatment that I will need?

It depends. CPAP is the gold standard of treating obstructive sleep apnea, and its effectiveness should never be undervalued. The goal of treatment should always be to render the least invasive, least expensive treatment that is both effective and lends itself to patient compliance. Sometimes, an oral appliance does not meet these goals. When it does not, we will actively support your in obtaining other effective therapies. Both CPAP and oral appliances work by helping air get to your lungs. Occasionally, we will discover that the air is having difficulty in making the journey because of physical barriers in the pathway that CPAP and oral appliances are unable to help. In these situations, we will work with the appropriate physician to create a plan that gets you the best possible outcome.

What are the risks of treatment?

Because you will be seeing a dentist with advanced training in treating sleep apnea, we can assure you that every possible precaution will be made to prevent any possible harm to your occlusion (the way your teeth come together) and your TMJ. But despite all care, it is possible to have some consequences in these areas.

What are the risks of not treating sleep apnea?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea steals far more than sleep, it steals life. Few diseases have more consequences on your longevity and quality of life than sleep apnea. Of course, it is impossible to know for sure, but heart attack, stroke, type 2 diabetes, automobile accidents, poor performance at work, fatigue and negative social interactions are among the most common and problematic risks.

Home Sleep Test - FAQ
Why do I need a Home Sleep Test?

Home Sleep Tests are commonly used by physicians to diagnose sleep breathing disorders such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Our patients have already been diagnosed with OSA during their Data Appointment which is why we use them mid-treatment to check the efficacy of our therapy.

What is included in the MediByte® Kit and what are their purposes?

The MediByte® Recorder is equivalent to the quality of a sleep laboratory in the palm of the patients’ hand. The recorder contains sensors for body position, pulse oximetry, and a pressure transducer. Each sensor includes the same high-quality and reliable biosensors that are used in a sleep laboratory. These sensors monitor airflow, respiratory effort, and blood oxygenation. There are 5 connectors and each are unique and connect differently to simplify the hook-up process. Each connector locks into place causing sensor data to be continuously captured. A snore microphone records every single snore and will offer precise audio playback for your sleep physician. When played back, it sounds as if you were in the room during the patient’s snoring.

Can I use this with my CPAP device?

The MediByte® Home Sleep Test is compatible with any CPAP device. The MediByte® connects to any CPAP device in the industry with the standard luer connector. When the study is completed, software will show important information from airflow as well as a concise breakdown of study parameters for the sleep physician to review.

Let Us Help!

If jaw pain, facial pain, or sleep disorders plague you, let us help! The TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre has a treatment that will provide relief. From laser therapy and physical therapy to airway pressure machines and orthotic appliances, we will find a way to help you live your best life.

For more information, please call 574-203-5599

Very thorough evaluation of my son. The technician had him do all the measurements with a game, which was great for a 6 year old. You can tell they have worked with many other children and know how to get what they need in an engaging way. I was very impressed.read more
Alaina Brady
15:22 17 Dec 18
The staff is AMAZING. So supportive and positive, it’s clear everyone enjoys what they do and have helped me tremendously. Dr. Klauer has uncovered a lot of underlying problems for symptoms I didn’t realize could be caused by my clenching and grinding. I feel better and better every day and continue to be fully supported by the staff during my treatment. They even bring me hot tea during my visit! Aesthetically pleasing facility, and sometimes you get to wear some sweet looking goggles. 😄 10/10 would recommend.read more
Jessica Rowley
00:52 07 Nov 18
The staff at the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre are courteous and professional, but are also treat the patient in a friendly way. The wait times for my appointments have been short. Taken all together, I would highly recommend Dr. Klauer and his staff for treatment of any TMJ or sleep deprivation issues.read more
Daniel Kleimola
18:53 27 Nov 18
When I started with Dr Klauer I couldn't open my mouth wide enough to take a bite of a sandwich. I had constant jaw pain and always thought I had an ear infection. I had instant relief while the Dr was making the impressions for my mouth piece. I told him, and he gave me the 2 pink forms to use until my mouth pieces were finished! Worth every penny!read more
Lori Renee
22:19 08 Feb 19
Doctor Klauer’s staff was amazing. I came in with horrendous pain and left feeling almost normal again! The staff was compassionate and well trained. Sally was very thorough and her chair side care was gentle and reassuring. Everyone was extremely professional. A few days later, when (after looking again at the imaging that was taken in the office) Sally spotted something that resembled a fracture in one of my teeth that the referring dentist didn’t see on the panoramic x-rays that were taken in his office prior to referring me to The TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centere. She brought it to my quick attention and advised me to call her immediately if I am feeling any additional pain. This only proves how skilled their staff is!! I hadn’t thought TMJ was even a real condition until I experienced my pain and was diagnosed. The treatment plan that was designed for me is sensible and I look forward to learning how to relax and not store built up tension. I understand it will be a process but I believe that I am in very good hands!M.KretchmerGranger, INread more
Michelle Kretchmer
23:39 25 Feb 19
I was just in Dr. Klauer’s office for my yearly follow-up. Dr. Klauer and staff are so thorough and friendly it makes the appointment so easy and seamless. He always makes me feel like I am the only patient he has. I appreciate his attention to detail and his expertise on head and neck disorders. TMJ, ear, sinus, and especially airway problems. We are very fortunate to have him in our professional community. Thanks Dr. Klauer!!Kevin T Campbell D.D.S.read more
Kevin Campbell
21:38 04 Mar 19
Dr. Klauer is not only a colleague of mine, but a mentor in the field of Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine. His relentless dedication and thoroughness in continuing education and patient centered therapies are what set him apart from just about any other dentist/doctor I've ever met. That's saying a lot in that my father is a fantastic dentist as well. He has helped treat my condition and I have sent my own family members to him and would do so again.read more
Ryan Skale
19:45 10 Mar 19
Amazing team here! Dr. Klauer was very knowledgeable and very thorough at my consultation. All my questions and concerns were addressed. Kelly and Jillian were also great to work with, so helpful and accommodating. Top notch team which I highly recommend!read more
william hull
14:29 26 Mar 19
From the moment I walked in the door, until I left a few hours later, I was showered with hospitality, education, compassion, and expertise. I did not feel more therapy was prescribed than needed but was given a course of action to relieve the symptoms of my diagnosis. The doctor and staff were very personable and made me feel very comfortable.read more
Bobbi Hall
17:32 08 Apr 19
Very attentive, caring staff! They don't just care about your problem...they care about you as a person, which is very unusual in the healthcare world today. Excellent!read more
Sr. Cecelia Clare Stoffel
00:34 08 May 19
I am extremely proud of my team and could not do what I do without them. They are compassionate about what they do and are truly committed to our patients. Every single day I get compliments about how much they care, how talented they are and their professionalism.read more
Daniel Klauer
01:00 21 May 19
Dr. Klauer and staff are all very welcoming and caring. My concerns were heard as well as my goals. I was included in the process every step of the way. Knowledgeable and friendly. Highly recommend.read more
Sara LaMonds
22:32 21 May 19
I am extremely proud of my team and could not do what I do without them. They are compassionate about what they do and are truly committed to our patients. Every single day I get compliments about how much they care, how talented they are and their professionalism.read more
Daniel Klauer
00:40 22 May 19
I never really taught much about TMJ until an emergency ID my jaw and it seriousness. Dr Klauer addressed my issues and created a plan of attack. He also found a more immediate problem in my neck that might have saved my life. What wonderful and thorough practice. Thank you.read more
Linda Decatur
22:06 31 May 19
Dr. Klauer and his team take a very unique, comprehensive approach to diagnosing their patients. He is great at connecting the dots between a variety of symptoms and finding the root cause. I HIGHLY recommend his practice!read more
Jillian Zeeff
17:45 06 Jun 19
Dr. Klauer’s team at TMJ & Sleep Therapy Center provided an experience full of hope and education. Rarely have I been treated with such respect and kindness in a medical or dental office. I was impressed by the research-based treatment options and level of Dr. Klauer’s expertise. He’s obviously a leader in his field, but down to earth at the same time. I left the office feeling lucky that he and the center are in our community.read more
Cid Nelson
23:43 10 Jun 19
My experience at this office started off great right from the time I entered the door! The staff is very welcoming and informative! Dr. Klauer was clearly very educated about the issues at hand, and did great explaining everything to me and making me feel comfortable!read more
devynn fisher
18:40 18 Jul 19
It was for about 7 plus years that I accepted having night terrors 3-4 nights a week. Not only did it negatively impact my sleep, it challenged my day-to-day life. One day I finally said yes to my brother’s suggestion to come in and get the sleep test done and chat with his team. I will never forget him attentively listening during my evaluation and rigorously researching to determine the best treatments; some of which were to see other doctors to help me better work through the pain. Daniel’s uncanny ability to make connections enables him to serve his patients unlike any other doctor. He strives to find who can help and what the best course of action will be to maximize the care for his patients. I am forever grateful and beyond appreciative.read more
Christine Klauer McGarry
03:55 19 Jul 19
From the time I walked in all the staff was welcoming. They were detailed about everything. And the funniest part was I got to take some really funky pictures! If you ever need an oral specialist I recommend them.read more
Kevin Jones
04:19 08 Aug 19
Dr. Klauer was awesome! He explained everything in detail in words I could understand and is a SUPER DOC! His staff were all very welcoming and made me feel like a person and not a patient.read more
Haley Deak
21:45 12 Aug 19
Fabulous doctor and staff that do not give up on you! They keep working to find answers and help to be able to live your best life!read more
Tricia Witmer
21:00 13 Aug 19

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