chiropractic for TMJ

Markham chiropractor for tmj
TMJ is the acronym for temporomandibular joint, which refers to the jaw. The lower half of the jaw is hinged to the skull at this joint (hence temporomandibular). Anything that affects function or pain in this area should be checked out by a chiropractor.

People who live with TMJ problems often complain about hearing ‘clicking’ or ‘popping’ sounds when they open and close their mouths. Daily activities like chewing, yawning, talking and even laying down can increase symptoms related to TMJ disorder.

Any tense muscles surrounding your head, neck or shoulder region could contribute to stress on your jaw joints. This tension could be caused by any number of things including poor sleeping positions, an injury to the jaw or teeth that aren’t lined up correctly.

If TMJ is left untreated, it can lead to chronic pain around the face, neck and shoulders which could present itself in the form of headaches, earaches, toothaches and clicking sound whenever you open your mouth. More than likely though, these symptoms will disappear after just one visit with a chiropractic professional!

Correcting the alignment of your jaw and bite can go a long way in minimizing TMJ symptoms, but if you’re searching for immediate relief from pain it’s a good idea to speak to a chiropractor as soon as possible. Treatments typically include specific adjustments and other soothing techniques that help relax muscles overworked by TMJ disorder.

Chiropractic treatment is designed to restore normal function and mobility to your joints, taking pressure off those areas impacted by TMJ problems. If you think you might be suffering from TMJ or another form of facial pain, it is important that you get an assessment before the symptoms worsen and the pain becomes more difficult to handle.

If you would like to visit one of our Chiropractors for TMJ, you can book an appointment online now or call us to learn more.

Markham chiropractor for tmj
TMJ is the acronym for temporomandibular joint, which refers to the jaw. The lower half of the jaw is hinged to the skull at this joint (hence temporomandibular). Anything that affects function or pain in this area should be checked out by a chiropractor.

People who live with TMJ problems often complain about hearing ‘clicking’ or ‘popping’ sounds when they open and close their mouths. Daily activities like chewing, yawning, talking and even laying down can increase symptoms related to TMJ disorder.

Any tense muscles surrounding your head, neck or shoulder region could contribute to stress on your jaw joints. This tension could be caused by any number of things including poor sleeping positions, an injury to the jaw or teeth that aren’t lined up correctly.

If TMJ is left untreated, it can lead to chronic pain around the face, neck and shoulders which could present itself in the form of headaches, earaches, toothaches and clicking sound whenever you open your mouth. More than likely though, these symptoms will disappear after just one visit with a chiropractic professional!

Correcting the alignment of your jaw and bite can go a long way in minimizing TMJ symptoms, but if you’re searching for immediate relief from pain it’s a good idea to speak to a chiropractor as soon as possible. Treatments typically include specific adjustments and other soothing techniques that help relax muscles overworked by TMJ disorder.

Chiropractic treatment is designed to restore normal function and mobility to your joints, taking pressure off those areas impacted by TMJ problems. If you think you might be suffering from TMJ or another form of facial pain, it is important that you get an assessment before the symptoms worsen and the pain becomes more difficult to handle.

If you would like to visit one of our Chiropractors for TMJ, you can book an appointment online now or call us to learn more.

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