Do You Suffer From TMJD (Jaw) Pain?
We Can Help!!!
Genesis Chiropractic Clinic is dedicated to serving the Horsham / Warrington Area by providing relief to its patients by offering corrective care for a variety of health conditions. Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJD) is one of many conditions treated by the highly trained doctors at Genesis Chiropractic Clinic.
- TMJD is a broad term for a range of disorders displaying some of the signs below:
- Jaw Pain and Teeth Grinding
- Painful Jaw popping, clicking, and locking when eating, talking, or yawning
- Limited or altered jaw range of movement
- Radiating pain in the face, neck, or shoulders
- Symptoms also include headaches, earaches, dizziness, and difficulty swallowing
Finally a Treatment That Works!!
Chiropractic treatment of TMJD can correct the underlying cause of the disorder by correcting spinal misalignments and by re-positioning the jaw. Patients are given specific therapeutic exercises and chiropractic adjustments to improve tracking and movement of the jaw are delivered. Patients are very active in their care with us. So we get better and longer lasting results.
The Journal of Oral Rehabilitation along with the Journal of Cranio and Clinical Oral Investigation recommends examination of the cervical spine in TMJD patients, even without cervical complaints. Therefore we can determine the best course of co-managed care with your oral health physician.
TMJD patients can achieve pain relief with proper co-managed corrective care. Treatments promote the body to function optimally. Therefore they respond to dental changes so that care received has greater and lasting results.
Results that help get your life back…
We have developed, tested, and refined our treatment protocol. So the vast majority of our patients who follow our treatment guidelines achieve significant relief from their symptoms. Many report no symptoms by the end of their care plan. All treatments are safe and natural.
Many top experts, such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), recommend conservative and reversible treatments as the optimal route of action. So we agree. And we usually recommend choosing non-invasive treatments first – rather than aggressive and permanent treatments, like surgery and implants.