TMJ, which stands for temporomandibular joint syndrome, can cause painful or uncomfortable symptoms in the joint that connects your jaw to your skull. Whether the joint was injured or damaged, you could be at risk for having TMJ. Common symptoms of TMJ include pain in the jaw joint, clicking and popping of the jaw, stiff or sore jaw muscles, headaches or pain in the temple area and ear pain, among many others.
If home remedies such as icing the joint, avoiding chewing gum, massages, over-the-counter inflammatory medicine, or other treatments don’t work, call our office. We’ll help relieve any pain or discomfort you’re feeling with TMJ therapy. We’ll listen attentively to your issues and concerns and provide our best TMJ therapy options you’re sure to benefit from.