Tempromadibular joint pain (TMJ PAIN)

TMJ/TMD 

This can vary from chronic pain to clicking of the jaw and even restriction of opening and closing of the mouth. With May people seeking treatment from Dentist to physiotherapy. TM/jaw pain is way to common and treatments can unfortunately be short lived. TMJ can arise from different causes such as :
- Direct trauma to the jaw such as in sports 

- misaligned teeth or bite 

- Muscluar issues 
- Joint Arthritsis 

- Anxiety and chronic stress 

- Gut issues 

What ever the potential cause we apply the below methods to create a plan of action for you 

 

 

 

Acupuncture's unique approach 

 

A neurofunctional and holistic approach to Jaw pain is critical for successful outcomes. Our training and treatment methods apply a different approach. We can scan and assess the jaw and associated muscles and take an additional look at how other joint structures such as the shoulder may be impacting the jaw in a compensation manner. We also delve deep into other contributing factors such as stress and anxiety which are factors that often contribute to clenching and grinding. Without unique treatment, we can help treat pain, muscles and underlying causes such as anxiety and more. This approach not only provides better outcomes but helps clients see long term resolution 

 

The HMHB Method 

At HMHB we have developed a successful method for treating the symptoms and root cause of TMJ, jaw pain. This ranges from tackling the underlying anxiety and potential gut issues that may drive your jaw tension and pain to work with the muscles and joints of your mouth with our special style of acupuncture. We have all your basis covered to create a solution for your jaw pain. 

If you want to be less confused and simply want to get better with the best treatment option for you, click on the link below for your initial appointment

 

 

 

 

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