Jaw Dysfunction Treatment

The jaw or temporomandibular joint is responsible for opening and closing the mouth. When there is a problem at this joint you may experience:


  • pain opening and closing the mouth
  • jaw locking
  • facial pain
  • headaches
  • headaches
  • limited jaw motion
  • abnormal swallowing
  • muscle spasms
  • dizziness or vertigo
  • ringing in the ears
  • visual disturbances
  • insomnia

How can Active Physical Therapy help with your Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction?


  • correct postural problems that could lead to pain
  • alleviate joint pain and inflammation
  • use manual therapy techniques, such as joint and soft tissue mobilization, as well as trigger point dry needling to relieve pain, restore normal motion

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