How TMJ Therapy Can Help You Conquer TMD

TMJ is an acronym for “temporomandibular joints” -- those gorgeously intricate muscles and joints that permit your jawbone to shift so as to do things like chew, swallow and speak. A TMJ disorder (TMD) might occur after a jaw dislocation or as a side effect of arthritis, your jaw’s natural alignment, stress or teeth grinding. You’ll experience pain and tightness... read more »

Treatment Options for TMJ

If you have TMJ, something as simple as gum chewing can cause the following: pain in the joints of the jaw, clicking and popping of the jaw, or pain in the ears, ear popping, dizziness, headaches or migraines, sore or stiff jaw muscles, and pain in your temple. So, what can you do? You can experience temporary relief by placing ice packs on the... read more »