Active Sport & Spine Therapy is a leading practitioner that provides TMJ pain relief through chiropractic care and other medication-free treatments.
Using a tailored approach based on our client’s specific condition and reason for experiencing TMJ, Active Sport & Spine Therapy will carefully assess the problem and provide treatment. Often times, chiropractic care can reduce symptoms completely. It’s not uncommon for TMJ to be accompanied by headaches and/or migraines and neck pains in addition to the symptoms occurring with your jaw.
What our chiropractors will do is carefully work through the locked muscles and tissue surrounding your mouth and jaw area. This can help release the tension, stimulate nerves and release your locked jaw through realignment.
Please contact us for more information on curing your debilitating TMJ and getting back to your normal routine. Active Sport & Spine Therapy has been very successful in treating and curing TMJ and can likely help you with this problem.
No. Our chiropractors have relieved TMJ and realigned misaligned jaw through chiropractic care. And the good news is that it doesn’t hurt. If your condition is so bad that we feel it may cause pain, we will let you know and provide a more comfortable alternative. However, there is usually a great amount of relief with our treatment for your TMJ.
Dealing with TMJ or any related disorder could be as quick as one session or it may need several sessions. Please call us to learn more about visiting the office to be properly evaluated by one of our doctors.
Yes. Please feel free to visit our office. You may want to call us to set up an appointment in advance. However, if you just show up our receptionist can do her best to answer your questions.
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TMJ is often difficult to diagnose. It may be caused from arthritis, genetics or possibly even injury to the jaw.
When an individual suffers from TMJ, they may have a feeling of tightness and pain in their jaw that may prevent them from having a normal full range of motion. This can inhibit eating, talking and many other daily activities.
Most of the time, TMJ can be relieved non-surgically. Chiropractors often have great success with TMJ patients and should be the first doctor someone suffering from TMJ sees (unless they need immediate surgical intervention).
Active Sport & Spine Therapy has great success with TMJ disorder. We would love to hear from you and assist with this condition if you are experiencing any pain or discomfort.
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To request an appointment fill out the form or call us at (973) 339-9833.