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If you suffer from jaw pain, headaches, migraines, popping or clicking in your jaw, or other TMJ disorder symptoms, Dr. Berry can help. At the TMJ Therapy & Sleep Center of Colorado, Dr. Kevin Berry uses leading-edge technology to diagnose and treat TMJ problems non-surgically. Which also includes BOTOX ® to help treat symptoms.

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Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a serious condition that can drastically shorten your lifespan. Dr. Berry can help you treat your sleep apnea without CPAP so you can truly get a better, healthier night’s sleep.

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If you are a constant snorer, it’s crucial that you come to Dr. Berry to be examined. If your snoring is in fact a symptom of sleep apnea, Dr. Berry will help you to get properly diagnosed and then will treat you accordingly. It’s important that you know what exactly is causing your snoring so that proper snoring treatment can be administered to you.

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Movement Disorders

Dr. Berry is able to provide this relief; treating the symptoms that movement disorder sufferers. By assessing the bite and creating a custom-made dental appliance to maintain the new bite, symptoms, such as facial tics, tremors and loss of feeling in the extremities, are greatly diminished or alleviated, allowing patients to function normally for the first time in years.

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Protecting your teeth is important in any sport, but Dr. Berry’s neuromuscular mouthguards go farther, improving agility, strength, flexibility and more to take your game to the next level!

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When your jaw muscles are constantly tense, it can lead to severe jaw pain, headaches, and migraines. As part of your TMJ treatment, we can provide BOTOX ® Injections to your facial muscles to help them relax—ultimately resulting in improved pain and fewer headaches and migraines.

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Trigger Point Injection

Trigger point injections (TPI) and prolotherapy are powerful, minimally invasive ways to relieve pain. In TPI, we numb the pain at the point where it originates, the trigger point. This is especially effective for referred pain, which can be hard to treat in other ways. Prolotherapy uses local injections to stimulate your body’s healing response, leading to pain reduction and long-term healing.