TMJ Disorder

TMJ Problems are Linked to Problems in the Upper Neck

Posted in TMJ Disorder
Date: Nov 30, 2020
TMJ and the Upper Neck -  Cause or Effect? If you have been dealing with TMJ problems, here is an important study that may help you with the underlying cause of the problem. A recent study highlighted a strong link between dysfunction of the jaw (temporomandibular joints, or TMJ) and the joints ...
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A simple fender bender can create conditions for early TMJ problems

Posted in TMJ Disorder
Date: Nov 23, 2020
Why hasn’t anyone told me my TMJ problems could be coming from my neck? For over 30 years, researchers have described a strong link between TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders and physical injuries in the neck. Unfortunately, the link between the neck and the TMJ is still widely unknown in Australia. As a result, ...
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A simple toothache or jawbone pain hiding the start of TMJ

Posted in TMJ Disorder
Date: Nov 2, 2020
Is it just stress? Or is it a TMJ problem? Stress could be the #1 reason why many people don’t get early treatment for more serious underlying conditions including TMJ or nerve pain. First, they believe that their symptoms - headaches, neck pain, jaw clenching, tight shoulders, TMJ pain, or a toothache ...
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What is Brain Fog Syndrome?

Posted in TMJ Disorder
Date: Oct 26, 2020
Brain fog syndrome may not be an actual diagnosis, but it is the perfect description of the problem that thousands of Australian’s experience every day. Brain fog syndrome is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. It is where there is a metaphorical haze, heaviness, or fog that affects how well ...
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