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TMD – Why Does it Happen? What Can Help?

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TMD stands for temporomandibular joint disorder and causes pain in the face and jaw. The chiropractic field has been caring for TMD for many years now. Studies have helped to prove this kind of care really works. A study focused on the positive results of using an activator...
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Upper Cervical Chiropractic and Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMJ)

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TMJ  Do you suffer from a temporomandibular joint disorder, also known as TMJ? If so, you may suffer from jaw pain when you chew, smile, or even speak. Can upper cervical chiropractic care help you? The answer is yes. In order to understand why, it helps to know a little bit...
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Relief for Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMJ)

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What is TMJ?  It is the most common reason for jaw pain other than dental reasons, like a toothache. Sufferers of this type of disorder may also experience tightening and restricted motion of these muscles. If you’ve ever noticed a clicking sound when you chew – you are...
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TMJ, Facial Asymmetry and Posture

Jaw pain, headaches and upper cervical chiropractic
Is Your Face Asymmetrical? A recent news story discussed that it is common for people suffering with temporomandibular joint disorders, also known as TMJ to have facial asymmetry. Research also supports that TMJ dysfunction is frequently related to facial asymmetries. The jaw...
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Natural TMJ Relief in Redwood City California

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Natural TMJ Relief Temporomandibular joint disorder involves a collection of symptoms, including pain and tenderness of the muscles that we use to chew and the jaw joint known as the TMJ (temporomandibular joint), as well as of several sites along the head and neck. The pain is...
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Jaw Pain, Headaches and Upper Cervical Chiropractic

Jaw pain, headaches and upper cervical chiropractic
Jaw Pain The lower jaw is connected to the skull by the temporomandibular joints (TMJ) which is located in front of each ear. These are complicated joints which allow the lower jaw to open, close, slide and rotate. On an average, the TMJ is used over 5000 times each day when we...
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