TMJ TherapyThere is hope for TMJ Pain
Do you experience the following on a regular basis?
- Jaw Clicking and /or Popping
- Face or Jaw Pain
- Limited Jaw Opening
- Ear Pain
- Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)
- Neck Pain
The TMJ is where the lower jaw meets the skull.
The temporomandibular joint or TMJ, is a complex joint located in front of each ear. When the TMJ is not working correctly, it can make doing simple things like opening and closing the mouth, biting, chewing, talking, or singing difficult and at times debilitatingly painful. You may also have headaches, neck pain, sinus pain, ear pain, dizziness, and ringing in the ears.
TMJ pain, or Temporomandibular Dysfunction, is not strictly limited to the jaw, it can also be influenced by head and neck alignment and posture.
- A comprehensive evaluation of head, neck, and jaw
- Individualized treatment program specific to your needs including modalities, joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, postural education, neuromuscular reeducation and TMJ-specific management techniques.
- Range of motion, posture, soft tissue, and joint mobility analysis.
- Collaboration with referring physician or dentist to ensure comprehensive and integrated care.