Pain Management Services
Dr. Arthur Roberts, D.D.S, MSc
For over two decades Dr. Roberts has focused on craniofacial pain and sleep apnea. This is an invaluable asset when treating these diseases, whose presentation is often subtle and are commonly referred to as the “great imposters” and “silent diseases.”
We provide Pain Managment Services in the following areas:
Chronic and acute craniofacial pain
TMD / TMJ dysfunction
Functional rehabilitation of neuromuscular and musculoskeletal deficits
Neuropathic, neurovascular, and somatic pain disorders
Head and Neck Oncology Support
Treatment of neoplastic disease can leave patients with significant functional deficits and chronic pain issues.
Caring for these patients requires several areas of expertise and a great deal of multidisciplinary coordination.
We have created a nexus of this expertise designed to maximize recovery, minimize recovery time, and provide the patient with the latest evidence based treatment available.
If you have TMJ, you know how painful the condition can be. There are many factors that can cause this condition, so the treatment will vary depending on the patient. Working with a dentist can help you find the right treatment for this disorder. You might make lifestyle changes or treat an underlying condition.Sometimes, patients…
A sleep disorder can manifest in many ways. Although there are over 70 known sleep disorders, some are more prevalent than others.The following are four common sleep disorders:Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. Almost half of the population experiences symptoms occasionally, and approximately 10% of Americans have reported a chronic case of insomnia. Poor…
If you have tension headaches, then you might have considered visiting a craniofacial pain specialist. This type of health care provider can help you manage pain in the craniofacial area. This area includes the face and parts of the head. The first step in treating a tension headache is to diagnose where the pain is…
Many people suffer from TMJ disorders, which affect the joints of the jaws. These disorders can be difficult to diagnose because the joint is very complex. Generally, about 12% of individuals in the United States have a TMJ disorder. Usually, women get this disorder more than men. Knowing more about the signs can help you…
At some point in your life, you will most likely have muscle pain and consider taking an oral medicine. Muscle aches are a very common ailment. This can happen to any muscle in your body. Muscle pain can be caused by overuse, unaccustomed use or tension. Before having your pain treated, it is important to…