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Integrative Therapeutics MDB
Craniofacial Pain Clinic

Medical, Dental, Behavioral Healthcare
Conservative Management of Orofacial Pain

Biopsychosocial Model:

Treating the whole person. A unique set of interrelated factors that either perpetuate or protect from an illness, including temporomandibular joint dysfunction. It's necessary to understand the big picture because the strategies for patient management will have greater success than any single treatment directed at only one part



Tell us about your problem

Find out if you’re a candidate for treatment at one of our clinics or by tele-therapy

One of our speech-language pathologists will be in touch with you immediately

How We Can Help

Our in-depth evaluation will be with our interdisciplinary team consisting of a specialized dentist, speech pathologist, physical therapist, and mental health specialist. 


1. Differential Diagnosis of Temporomandibular Disorders

2. Headache Classification

3. Sleep disorders

4. Mental Health Considerations

5. Oromyofunctional Disorders

6. Nutritional Impact

7. Musculoskeletal Contributors

8. Pain Impact on Daily Living

Pain Management Strategies: Evaluating the Adaptability of the Individual Identifying complexity: acute vs. chronic Pain reduction Improved function and wellbeing Perpetuating vs. alleviating factors Behavioral modifications

Talk, eat, sleep, breathe better.

Feel better.

BreatheWork Clinics

Phone: 971-346-0355

Get Treatment Today

Our Clinics

Lake Oswego Clinic

15630 Boones Ferry Road, Suite 6

Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035

Phone: 971-346-0355

Fax: 833-262-1495

Camas Clinic

403 NE Sixth Ave

Camas, Washington  98607

Phone: 971-346-0355

Fax: 833-262-1495

Eugene Clinic

1445 Willamette Street Ste. 3

Eugene, Oregon 97401

Phone: 971-346-0355

Fax: 833-262-1495

Portland Clinic

3109 NE Broadway 

Portland, Oregon 97232

Phone: 971-346-0355

Fax: 833-262-1495

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