TMJ therapy - What is it?
Jaw pain or TMJ pain can be debilitating. It can make it difficult to enjoy your favorite foods and also lead to a long list of woes, from headaches to a stiff neck. There are many options to help you feel better, including TMJ therapy, splints, and repositioning the jaw.
On both sides of your head, in front of your ears, is the temporomandibular joint (the TMJ). It’s main purpose is to ensure your jaw moves smoothly, allowing you to eat, drink, and talk easily. Sometimes, however, this TMJ can become stressed or damaged, which causes irritation and pain - and sometimes a TMJ disorder.
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Signs of a TMJ disorder
Tenderness or pain in the face, jaw, neck, or shoulders
Swelling of the face or difficulty chewing
Jaw clicking or popping sounds
Earaches, issues hearing, or ringing in the ears
Pain in or around the ear when you chew, speak, or open your mouth wide.
A stuck jaw or the inability to open the mouth wide
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Dr. Elizabeth Turner offers many different TMJ therapy options, from TMJ splints to repositioning the jaw. Schedule an appointment with us today so that we can assess your unique situation and determine which treatment will be most effective to help in the therapy process.
Get relief from jaw pain and be on your way to a healthier life.