For patients with Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD) & jaw pain our physiotherapists at both sites have advanced training in providing assessment, corrective exercises, manual therapy and education to improve joint biomechanics, reduce pain, and restore normal function. They work together with the patient, dentist and specialists to optimize positive outcomes.
Colleen Bethune PT, at our Cambridge location, has received international training for treatment and management of patients with temporomandibular, craniofacial dysfunctions and pain. She has completed both the CRAFTA-1 and CRAFTA-2 foundation courses through the Cranial Facial Therapy Academy (CRAFTA). The CRAFTA curriculum is the result of the consensus of dental and physiotherapy specialists around the world, and provides continuing education to various healthcare professionals (physiotherapists, dentists, massage therapists and SLPs).
I’ve been a patient at InFocus Physio for about 5+ years and there’s a reason why I stick to seeking treatment there. The office staff are very personable and welcoming making every experience enjoyable. I went back to see Jenni (PT) recently for my TMJ/shoulders/neck and her work is absolutely incredible and effective. I leave the office feeling relaxed from the tension release and I can say I am on the road to recovery. I’ve been to many physio clinics in Georgetown and Infocus is by far the best 😊
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