TMJ & TMD Disorders & Conditions | Common Causes of Joint Pain

TMJ Pain Conditions

October 02, 2013

tmj2Your Temporomandibular joint located in the jaw can often be an area in the face that can cause issues with patients leading to what is called Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD). TMJ pain is when you feel pain in your jaw joint and the surrounding muscles. The exact cause of TMJ pain is hard to determine but is often due to a combination of problems like arthritis and jaw injuries. TMJ conditions occur as a result of problems with the jaw, jaw joint and surrounding facial muscles that control chewing and moving of the jaw. People who frequently clench or grind their jaw and teeth commonly have pain but do not always develop TMJ syndrome. Pain Stop Clinics offer treatments for TMJ pain, below are some of the treatments available:

TMJ Treatments:


TMJ conditions become painful when the jaw disc erodes or moves out of its proper place, the joint cartilage is damaged by arthritis, or the joint is damaged by physical trauma. Pain Stop Clinics can help you with TMJ pain with our treatment options to reduce and or eliminate your pain. Our team of experts will work to develop a personalized treatment plan that works well with your specific pain management needs. Call today or request an appointment online.

Often times we can use our natural or alternative therapies to help our patients achieve maximum results!

Treatments for TMJ Pain Conditions

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