Restore Your Jaw's Natural Movement and Ease Your Pain Through Professional TMJ Disorder Treatment
Enduring temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder or dysfunction is not a pleasant way to live your life. Take advantage of OneEssential’s TMJ therapy to recover your jaw’s natural functions and say goodbye to pain.
Our TMJ Management Program
TMJ disorder is a condition that limits your jaw’s natural movement. When you suffer from this disorder, you might have trouble opening your mouth and chewing, which can drastically affect your quality of life. In severe cases, it may cause persistent lingering jaw pain.
Here at OneEssential, we always aim to provide you with outstanding care to address your symptoms. You can count on us to assess your condition thoroughly before providing you with a treatment plan that is designed to address your TMJ disorder at its roots.
We are also dedicated to providing you with undivided attention during your sessions. You can expect our specialist to work with you one-on-one to speed up your recovery and monitor your progress more closely.
How Physical Therapy Can Help With Your TMJ Disorder
TMJ disorder can negatively affect your quality of life. When you’re suffering from this condition, you might also be limited by the pain associated with this condition.
At OneEssential, we are committed to providing you with professional treatment for your TMJ disorder. We achieve this through different modalities, mobilisations, and exercises, depending on your condition.
Improve your posture to decrease the stress on your TMJ. With the help of our physiotherapist, you’ll learn to become aware of your posture whenever you’re sitting or walking. Doing so will allow you to improve the resting position of your head, jaw, neck, shoulder blades, and breastbone to avoid overworking your jaw muscles and affecting your TMJ.
Jaw Movement Improvement
Using different modalities, mobilisations, and exercises, our specialist can help you improve your jaw movement and relieve your pain. You can also count on us to restore your joint and muscles’ flexibility and break up scar tissues through stretching. Lastly, our physical therapist will strengthen your jaw muscles using low-load exercises to speed up your recovery.
Why Choose Our TMJ Disorder Clinic?
Get relief from your TMJ disorder with the help of a professional physical therapist. At OneEssential, we have a specialist who uses science-backed treatment to help you live a pain-free life and recover your jaw’s natural function. Through various modalities, mobilisations, and exercises, you can experience long-term relief from your TMJ disorder.
You can also expect to receive undivided attention every time you visit our clinic. We achieve this by providing you with a one-on-one session with our expert. With our hands-on treatment method, we can closely monitor your progress and personalise your program to fit your specific needs.
Holistic Treatment for Your TMJ Disorder
At OneEssential, we are committed to providing you with a holistic treatment that will allow you to live pain-free. To do this, we have added several steps to our TMJ disorder management program.
Now, every part of your treatment allows us to learn more about the specifics of your condition. Each stage then provides us with enough information to create a personalised program to address your TMJ disorder. Only then will we start with your treatment and training.
Turn to OneEssential for Your TMJ Disorder Treatment
Restore your jaw’s natural movement and functionalities by working with our specialist at OneEssential. After going through physical therapy sessions, you can once again enjoy eating your favorite food, laughing with your friends, and talking to your family without enduring any pain.
Frequently Asked Questions
TMJ disorder refers to the condition that affects the part of your jaw that allows it to open and close and move side to side. It limits your jaw’s natural movements, such as opening your mouth and chewing. Because of this condition, moving your jaw may cause pain.
TMJ disorder can be caused by different factors, such as bad posture, bruxism or chronic jaw clenching, malocclusion or teeth alignment issues, trismus or lockjaw, fracture, arthritis, and displacement. Although these causes suggest that people of different ages can develop TMJ disorder, it is most common among individuals between the ages of 20 and 40.
The main symptoms you will experience if you have TMJ disorder are jaw pain, jaw fatigue, and difficulty opening your mouth. However, this condition may cause additional symptoms that may affect your quality of life, including ringing in your ears, dizziness, headache, locking jaw, and neck pain.
Working with a physiotherapist can help you restore movement in your jaw and decrease your pain levels. This can be done through different modalities, mobilisations, and exercises, including posture education and manual therapy. Your physiotherapist may also use electrical stimulation or ultrasound to reduce your pain.