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‘Tis the Season…

… to have a party!!

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We are preparing to celebrate Patient Appreciation Day.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 13th, 2014

9am-1pm

We want to express our gratitude to our patients by celebrating with a day of free adjustments, food, crafts, and holiday sweaters!

Existing patients must call to schedule for a free adjustment.

Food will be provided by Yeast Nashville.

There will also be kids activities, crafts, and a holiday sweater contest.

Please come by and join in the holiday fun!

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Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

*Please note that around the Thanksgiving holiday our office hours will be different so our office staff can enjoy time with their friends and family!*

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Monday 24th: 8:00-1:00 and 3:00-6:00

Tuesday 25th:  8:00-1:00

Wednesday 26th: CLOSED

Thursday 27th: CLOSED

Friday 28th: CLOSED

We will be back in the office Monday morning December 1st!

During the season of Thanksgiving, we would like to thank our patients. We consider it a privilege to be a part of your lives. Thank you for entrusting us with your care!

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Turkey Ready TMJ

The temporomandibular joint is easily one of the joints used most often in the human body from day to day. The temporomandibular joint, TMJ, is the joint that involves the meeting of the jaw, or mandible, with the skull. The joint is recruited every time the jaw is opened, closed, protruded, retracted, or moved side to side. Ie. Saying “ah” at the dentist, clenching your teeth during a traffic jam, singing your heart out at karaoke night, eating holiday festive food.

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner and the TMJ will be recruited in order to devour mounds of delicious food. Some people would not think twice about what will be on their plate, however some people must make hard decisions knowing that feasting on some food demands too much of the TMJ resulting in dysfunctional pain.

The TMJ articulations involve a disc, synovial fluid, nerve dense tissues, and muscles. When the TMJ is not functioning correctly, pain is often reported due to the high amount of nerve innervation to the area. A high amount of nerve innervation is necessary because it is important to be aware of sensation at the TMJ because it is used so often.

JOINT USED A LOT = NEED TO KNOW WHERE IT IS IN SPACE = LOTS OF NERVE INNERVATION = HIGH SENSITIVITY = INCREASED AWARENESS OF DYSFUNCTION

Discomfort associated with the TMJ can present in many ways. Some symptoms included headaches, neck tension, ear pain, and limited or increased jaw motion.

To decrease discomfort and more importantly determine the reasons of dysfunction, it has become more widely accepted to explore conservative options such as mouth guards, manual muscle work and physiotherapeutic interventions that can be offered through a number of specialists.

Treating a TMJ is not out of the spectrum for chiropractic care. It is actually a highlighted region that some chiropractors have a strong education of. Evaluating the physical motion of the joint, recording a history and pattern of discomfort, and assessing the influential musculature and posture can lead to a solid treatment plan recommendation.

We hope that you can enjoy your holiday treats without TMJ pain. If you are concerned about any issues or wondering if you may be dealing with a TMJ dysfunction, be sure to ask us!

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Our Hours are Changing!

There are many things happening at East End Chiropractic! With the addition of Dr. Calabra to the office and the new addition to Dr. Olsen’s family, we have decided to make some changes to our open hours.

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We know how much our patients value the days that we are open late until 6pm. This gives you an opportunity to receive care after work hours.  We will continue to keep our office open 3 days a week until 6pm.  Below are the new changes to our hours.

Monday: 8am-1pm and 3pm-6pm

Tuesday: 10am-1pm

Wednesday: 8am-1pm and 3pm-6pm

Thursday: 8am-1pm and 3pm-6pm

Friday: 8am-1pm

These new hours will still allow for chiropractic care before the weekend and hopefully allow you to get out of town earlier on Fridays when you need! As always, your feedback is important and we would love to hear what you think about the new change.  Please feel free to drop us and email at info@eastendchiro.com or come by the office if you have any questions or concerns.

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Congratulations to Dr. John & Erin Olsen!

Dr. Olsen and his wife Erin have added a new member to their family!  Baby boy Olsen was born 9/24/2014. Although Dr. Olsen will be out of the office for the next week, our office hours will remain the same.

Dr. Calabra is here to help with any Chiropractic needs.  Please give us a call if you need to schedule an appointment.

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953 Main Street, Suite 109
Nashville, TN 37206
Phone: 615-650-6533
Fax: 615-650-6541
Email: info@eastendchiro.com

Hours

Monday

8am-1pm & 3pm-6pm

Tuesday

Closed

Wednesday

8am-1pm & 3pm-6pm

Thursday

8am-1pm & 3pm-6pm

Friday

8am-1pm

Closed on Saturday and Sunday