Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Therapy

The TMJ is one of the most frequently used joints in the human body. Every time we talk, chew, or change our facial expressions, 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, and lack of mobility. Jaw pain may also result in ear pain, headaches, or neck pain.

If these symptoms sound familiar, it is likely that you will benefit from physiotherapy. Our therapists will conduct a careful assessment to determine the root cause of the problem. They will then use strategies such as manual therapy, dry needling, acupuncture, and exercise-based therapy to treat the issue.