by humam, October 11, 2017
Tempomandibular disorders are among the least seen in physical therapy practice, but the good news is that help does exist. TMJ disorders come in a variety of flavors and most patients present with various signs and symptoms but the majority of patients find great success with conservative care including physical therapy.
If you have jaw clicking, it may be pathological which essentially means that your jaw may be to blame for your headaches, jaw pain, or even ear pain or a sensation of ear fullness. Check out the video below to learn more about jaw pain and TMJ dysfunction!
-Chad Shafer, DPT, CSCS