Jaw Pain? Headaches?


We are pleased to announce that Kelsey Kent and Jennifer Veitch – Physiotherapists, are offering services for Temporomandibular and Craniomandibular dysfunction. Both have trained under Dr. Mariano Rocabado, world renowned professor, completing both level I and II of Dr. Rocabado’s “Craniocervical, Craniomandibular and Temporomandibular Pathophysiology, Assessment and Treatment” courses.

Treatment for these dysfunctions is considered a specialty area in Orthopaedic Physiotherapy.

Kelsey Kent and Jennifer Veitch are currently the only Physiotherapists on the west coast of Newfoundland to have undergone this specialty training.

Patients affected by Craniomandibular and Temporomandibular dysfunctions may complain of:

  • Pain in the face or jaw – Joint noises
  • Grinding or clenching – Dizziness
  • Earaches – Tinnitus
  • Pain when opening or closing the mouth – Headaches
  • Snoring