Can My Chiropractor Help with My TMJ Disorder?
By Newcomb Chiropractic Clinic Inc
December 19, 2017
Category: Chiropractor
Tags: TMJ Disorder  

Our treatment options could finally get rid of your jaw pain and discomfort.tmj

Are you dealing with sore, stiff and achy jaws caused by TMJ disorder? Have you taken painkillers, iced the angry jaw joint and even cut your food into bite-sized pieces in an effort to manage your symptoms? Are TMJ disorder symptoms just getting out of control or affecting you in ways you never thought possible? If so, our Broken Arrow, OK, chiropractors, Dr. R. Brent Newcomb and Dr. Doug Newcomb, could finally provide you with the relief you’ve been looking for.

What is a chiropractor?

This medical professional is helpful in preventing, diagnosing and treating injuries and injuries associated with the musculoskeletal system. While a chiropractor can offer a variety of different treatment options the main goal is to provide spinal manipulation and manual adjustments to correct misalignments in the spine, which can lead to stiffness, pain, weakness, nerve problems, loss of flexibility and range of motion in other parts of the body.

Should I see a chiropractor to treat my TMJ disorder?

Since most people just assume that chiropractors only handle spinal issues most people don’t realize that getting chiropractic care in Broken Arrow could actually help them. If you have TMJ disorder and you are finding at-home treatments ineffective then it might be time to turn to us.

As you may already know, TMJ disorder arises from a jaw joint dysfunction. Since the jaw joint doesn’t function as it should this means that the facial muscles surround it are often overworked and tense, which can cause jaw and facial pain and stiffness, among other issues. When you come in for treatment, the goal of our chiropractor is to alleviate tension in the muscles around the joint. One technique that is particularly effective for those with TMJ disorder is trigger point therapy, which our chiropractors apply the appropriate amount of pressure to these painful areas to reduce sensitivity and pain.

Sometimes a jaw misalignment from back or neck problems results in TMJ disorder. If this is the case, our chiropractor will perform a series of chiropractic adjustments to help realign the vertebrae in the spine and neck to also improve the alignment of the jaws and reduce how much work and stress is being placed on the muscles and joints of the jaws.

If you are trying to find ways to manage musculoskeletal pain then it’s time you sought care from Newcomb Chiropractic Clinic in Broken Arrow, OK. We can provide a wide range of chiropractic services to help you move around pain-free.

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