TMJ-TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DYSFUNCTION (FACIAL PAIN)
TMJ dysfunction is a painful condition of the joints that lie just in front of the ears. These joints and their associated ligaments, muscles and soft tissue structures are under stress when we talk, chew, yawn, or sing. Congenital abnormalities, traumatic fractures and soft tissue injuries can cause TMJ pain.
Headaches and neck pain often accompany TMJ dysfunction and are evaluated and treated when necessary.Our specialized therapists provide comprehensive evaluations and custom-tailored treatment plans established to restore joint range of motion, flexibility, strength and pain-free functions to all involved regions.