Dr. Walmsley will take down your general information and health history before completing a thorough examination of your teeth, as well as your neck and head. Your existing bite will be examined in addition to your posture and the condition of your teeth. At times, it may be difficult to diagnose the problem; therefore, Dr. Walmsley, a neuromuscular dentist, may collaborate with other health care professionals to determine the best course of action. Dr. Walmsley may perform some non-invasive tests to decide whether your current bite is the contributing factor to your problem. If it is established that your bite is the cause of your problem, Dr. Walmsley can identify the position of your jaw while the muscles are relaxed. A neuromuscular occlusion is this identified jaw position and your new bite.