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Headache, Orofacial Pain and Bruxism: Diagnosis and multidisciplinary approaches to management has been written by clinicians for clinicians. It contains the collective knowledge of hundreds of years of clinical experience. The authors are drawn from a range of disciplines which regularly encounter patients with headache, orofacial pain or bruxism. They have described evidence-informed clinical practice derived from anatomical, physiological, and biomechanical concepts.
Patients who present with headache, orofacial pain or bruxism provide a clinical challenge to make sense of symptoms, sources, and contributing factors. There are many structures associated with problems in this region and patients may call on any of a number of health practitioners for diagnosis and treatment. It is often beyond the expertise of a single practitioner to address all facets of the problem without the assistance of colleagues.
|By Peter Selvaratnam, PhD(Anatomy), BAppSc(Physio), GradDipManipTher, DipAcupuncture, FACP, Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Director, Headache Centre of Victoria; Clinical Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, The University of Melbourne; Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Dept of Anatomy, Facullty of Medicine, Monash University, Austraila; Kenneth Robert Niere, BAppSc(Physio), GradDip(ManipTher), MManipPhysio, FACP, Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Senior Lecturer, School of Physiotherapy, La Trobe University; Principal, Auburn Spinal Therapy Centre; Maria Inez Zuluaga, BAppSc(Physio), GradDip(ManipTher), MWomen's Hlth, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist; Clinician, Headache Centre of Victoria, Australia and Pamela Oddy, BA(Hons), Director, The WordCare Company|
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