Jessica came to our office as a bright, busy and beautiful 15 year old girl who suffered from jaw and neck pain due to her Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. In addition, she had severe difficulty in opening her mouth without pain. We did some diagnostic testing to evaluate where she was with her range of motion in her neck and vertical opening of her mouth. Her vertical opening was 11mm and was the most severe case I had seen yet. Simply just eating was a daily challenge. Jessica loves playing drums and dancing but due to the inflammation and pain in her neck she was unable to function normally during these activities and school. We began therapy and worked closely together to get her in a situation where she could function better with less pain. At the end of 12 weeks of therapy, Jessica was at a 40mm vertical opening and had more mobility in her neck. She was hopeful and enjoying life again. Jessica was eating like any “normal” teen and feeling like she had more options because of her treatment. She was a great patient who did her part by doing her daily stretches, wearing her custom orthotic night guard and using the microcurrent at home.