Updated: Sep 11
Clenching or grinding? Painful jaw? Jaw pain is very common, affecting up to 60 to 70% of people. Many patients benefit from the right management.
Luckily, at Whole Health Osteopathy we regularly treat clients who suffer from jaw pain!
We have a wide variety of techniques that can be utilised including manual therapy, gloved internal inhibition, dry needling, fascial gua sha and of course treatment to the scalp and surrounding areas.
Jaw pain is very common, affecting up to 60 to 70% of the population. Women are at least four times as likely to suffer from the disorder. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects the jaw to the skull on each side of the face. Problems can cause pain, abnormal jaw movements and joint noises.
For more information, resources and clinical evidence you can visit https://whatisosteo.com/body-map/jaw-pain/