- Sports and facial injuries
- Women’s health needs
- Chronic fatigue
- Spinal injuries
- Bells palsy
- Cerebral palsy
- Post surgical complications
- Cranial and cranial base treatment
- Temporalmandibular joint disfunction
- Back, cervical and rib cage pain
- Trauma from motor vehicle accidents
- Secondary side effects of dental procedures
- Treatment of extremity pain including: total joint replacements, sprains, strains, fractures, shoulder adhesive capsulitis, tennis elbow
- And many other conditions and diseases
For five years, I suffered with excruciating nerve pain in my mouth and jaw. It started as a toothache–I had three root canals in 10 days but the pain continued. I visited two neurologists, an acupuncturist, a chiropractor, and an oral-facial-cranial surgeon. No one could diagnose the real problem—much less treat it. With so much pain for so long, I was depressed and considering a radical surgery to clip the trigeminal nerve—which frequently leads to facial paralysis. When I investigated getting braces to straighten my teeth, my orthodontist was concerned that braces might aggravate the already bad nerve pain problem. He agreed to treat me only if I would agree to a few weeks of physical therapy with Sue Hoffert at Manual Physical Therapy. That was nearly seven years ago. I am grateful to report that Sue identified the problem with my neck and jaw on the first visit, began immediate treatment and today I am nerve pain free. Sue was a God-send for me.
– Annalloyd T.