Are you experiencing TMJ symptoms that leave your jaw painful, "stiff" or "tight".... with frequent clicking that is getting on your last nerve?
TMJ can be extremely frustrating to deal with on a daily basis. "Tight" jaw muscles that constantly feel tense can leave you feeling irritated and tired.
Worse yet you could be losing sleep from clenching at night or perhaps even experiencing frequent headaches from the constant tension your jaw muscles are wearing everyday.
TMJ is a very common occurrence in many people. Unfortunately most people chalk it up to "just stress".
Maybe you have tried a bite splint which may or may not have helped. I've heard plenty of people say that the splint actually makes them feel like they clench more frequently or aggressively.
Most people think that there is little to nothing that can be done about it. Frequently we see people who have been dealing with TMJ for years prior to actually reaching out to us.
The good news is you do not have to be suffering this long to get relief! And if you have been suffering for years, very often we can still help!
Melt Away That Unwanted Jaw Tension! Here's how....
Before we tell you how we can help. Let me first make it abundantly clear we are NOT like any of the other Physios out there.
Everything we do IS personalised, specific AND specialized. That’s the care that WORKS best and gives you the BEST results!
Our goal is to help you recover from the daily annoyance of TMJ and get you feeling rejuvenated!
Here's how we do it:
1. You need to make a decision about getting help. Doing a couple "generic" exercises is a recipe to go nowhere. If 6 months go by and nothing has changed, don't blame us.
2. Perform the RIGHT exercises - Based on your jaw mechanics and the position of your neck, certain exercises are going to be more appropriate for you than others.
3. Get real, “hands-on” Physio - We have an excellent track record at On Track of helping relief for TMJ with our specialized hands on treatment to the jaw muscles to help melt away that unwanted tension.