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What is TMJ

Generally, when people use the term TMJ or TMD, they are referring to discomfort caused by inflammation of the Temporomandibular Joint. An individual who suffers from TMJ symptoms such as migraines, headaches, neck, jaw, ear, or facial pain may be suffering from TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder), or TMD.

TMJ

There are several factors that can cause your TMJ joints to become injured, inflamed, or damaged. I am aware that TMJ pain can have a profound impact on your quality of life. My experience in treating hundreds of patients with TMJ disorders has taught me that people with TMJ symptoms often experience excruciating pain. Experiencing severe, ongoing muscle strains can significantly affect their daily lives, careers, sleep, and personal relationships. Depending on the severity of the pain, some people seek treatment right away, some prefer to endure the pain, while others seek further information so they can determine the best course of action.

 

Getting rid of your pain is difficult when you don't know what's causing it. You might have already done some preliminary Internet research and discovered that there is a lot of information available, some of which might be a bit confusing.

Collaboration is key

Getting rid of your pain is difficult when you don't know what's causing it. You might have already done some preliminary Internet research and discovered that there is a lot of information available, some of which might be a bit confusing.

 

Due to the nature of the disorder, individuals have trouble determining the cause of TMJ, where it arises, and most importantly, how to treat it. It ultimately takes a team effort to successfully diagnose and treat this condition, which is where we come in. Through the collaboration with one of the top specialists, Dr. Bloink, of The California Cranial Institute, hundreds of patients have been able to experience relief. Through our experience, we have developed a process for reducing and eliminating symptoms quickly, sometimes in just three visits.

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