Best TMJ Dysfunction Physiotherapy Edmonton & St Albert

Orthopedic, sports physiotherapy, and massage therapy Can Help Relief TMJ Pain

Are you tired of living with Jaw pain?

TMJ Dysfunction Physiotherapy

Are you feeling pains whenever you yawn, chew, or open your mouth wide? Is your jaw paining you? Or do you hear any noise when opening or closing your mouth? If you are experiencing this, you may have a problem known as TMJ ( temporomandibular joint) dysfunction.

TMJ dysfunction occurs when pains and stiffness are noticed/felt at the jaw joint and its surrounding muscles. TMJ also referred to as the temporomandibular joint, is the joint that connects your skull to your jaw. When this joint gets damaged or injured, it causes TMJ dysfunction.

TMJ Dysfunction Physiotherapy Edmonton & St Albert

If you might be doubting whether you have TMJ dysfunction or not, we urge you to book an appointment with Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic to examine your jaw and provide relief for your pain using orthopedic, sports physiotherapy, and massage therapy techniques.

How Can orthopedic, sports physiotherapy, and massage therapy relieve TMJ pain?

Orthopedic,  sports physiotherapy, and massage therapy can help eradicate pains without the use of pain-relief mediation that may be harmful to your jaw and health entirely. Our treatment techniques at Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic are highly effective and efficient for TMJ dysfunction.

During your first appointment at our clinic, one of our specialists will conduct a thorough physical examination of your neck, shoulder, and jaw to discover the root of the problem you’re experiencing. After this examination and other necessary medical evaluations have been performed, your therapist will create a special plan to help relieve the pain. Kindly know that this plan will be based on your symptoms and other assessments performed.

The goal of every orthopedic, sports physiotherapy, and massage therapy treatment given at Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic is to help you recover and restore the interaction between your jaw joints and muscles. In addition, to ensure you live a pain-free life while going about your everyday activities.

When treating TMJ dysfunction, your recommended plan may comprise any combination of methods and modalities depending on your symptoms and assessment outcome. These include;

  • Joint mobilization
  • Neck, shoulder, or jaw exercises
  • Electrical stimulation or acupuncture
  • Soft tissue mobilization

How can I know if I have TMJ dysfunction?

If you are feeling stiffness or pain in your jaw, it may be a sign that you might be suffering from TMJ dysfunction. You may keep on doubting whether you do or not. You might have visited a physician who referred you to an otolaryngologist or a dentist specializing in jaw disorders

Before treating a patient with TMJ dysfunction, the goal is to find a solution to other medical problems because symptoms associated with TMJ dysfunction may also be caused by salivary gland disease, swollen lymph nodes, or possibly trigeminal neuralgia.

After a complete examination and evaluation, your treatment will be based on the cause of the problem and other underlying conditions or symptoms discovered.

Orthopedics, Sports physiotherapy, and Massage therapy can help relieve your TMJ pain

Common symptoms of TMJ dysfunction include jaw popping, sore jaw muscles, earaches, pain in the jaw, locking of the jaw, headaches, and pain in the temple. Once you begin to experience these symptoms, contact Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic to book an appointment with our specialist.

Our orthopedist, sports physiotherapist, and massage therapist are well-trained and experienced in recommending a long-lasting treatment plan to help eradicate pain and live a comfortable life.

Don’t let TMJ dysfunction rule your life!!! Contact Us today.

Are you Ready To Live Pain-Free?

Terwillegar – Edmonton

5108 Mullen Road NW
Edmonton, AB
T6R0S9
tel:780-989-8864

Windermere – Edmonton

1301 Windermere Way SW
Edmonton AB
T6W 2P3
tel:825-401-3705

St. Albert

225 Carleton Drive
St.Albert, AB
T8N 4J9
tel:780-569-5455

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