What are the common symptoms of TMJ? Which treatments can help you?

Temporomandibular disorders are defined as persistent pain that one experiences near the jaw, ear, or muscles on the side of the face, accompanied by a popping or clicking sound or limited jaw mobility. The temporomandibular joint or jaw joint is what people commonly associate TMD with.  TMD, then, refers to a group of diseases characterised …

What are the common symptoms of TMJ? How can physiotherapists help you overcome this situation?

TMD, or temporomandibular joint disease or dysfunction, is a frequent ailment that affects the jaw’s everyday actions, such as opening and chewing. Around 15% of adults in their peak age (20 to 40 years) suffer from one or more symptoms of TMJ disorders.  TMD is more frequent in women than in men, and it might …

Eliminating TMJ Dysfunction And Pain With Physiotherapy

The Temporomandibular Joint, also known as TMJ, is a critical part. We unknowingly damage it, leading to excessive pain for several days. A damaged Temporomandibular Joint is known as Temporomandibular Dysfunction or TMD. TMJ connects two joints of jawbones to the temporal bone of the skull. It is majorly responsible for the way we speak, …

What Is TMJ Pain? How Can Physiotherapy Help With It?

TMD or temporomandibular joint dysfunction or disorder is a common condition that prevents the natural functions of the jaw. It could be opening the mouth and chewing. Currently, it affects more than ten million people in America alone. Many times, it is referred to as TMJ, which represents the name of the joint itself. TMJ …