What is TMJ Pain?
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is one of the most frequently used joints in the human body. Every time we talk, chew, or change our facial expression, we use the TMJ. This joint is also a very common site of pain and dysfunction.
Some of the common symptoms associated with TMJ dysfunction include clicking, popping, grinding, deviation, or lack of mobility. Jaw pain may also result in ear pain, headaches, or neck pain.
If these TMJ symptoms sound familiar, book a physiotherapy, chiropractic, or massage therapy appointment with one of our skilled clinicians. After a thorough assessment, your therapist will determine a treatment plan.
Some of the treatment techniques that may be beneficial include: