Chiropractic treatments for jaw pain
Our chiropractors can use chiropractic techniques to relieve tension in the muscles and reposition the jaw. Sometimes, TMJ can result from poor posture and spinal misalignments. Chiropractic adjustment of the joints in the neck and upper back can help reduce friction of the jaw joint, thereby reducing or eliminating pain. Our chiropractors may suggest exercises to perform at home to strengthen the jaw joint over time.
Other possible causes of jaw pain include cluster headaches, sinus pain, tooth pain, and trigeminal neuralgia. A fully qualified chiropractor can help to identify the cause of your jaw pain and ensure you receive the correct and necessary treatment to alleviate it once and for all.