TMJ Disorder: The Hidden Root Cause Of Migraines And Jaw Pain
“How do I make the pain stop?” Millions of people in the United States suffering from neck, shoulder, and jaw pain ask this question to their physicians receiving unsatisfactory results. Did you know that the answer may rest in the hands of your TMJ specialist dentist in Chandler? Read on to learn what TMJ disorder is and how to free your life from the pain.
WHAT IS TMJ DISORDER?
The TMJ is the joint that attaches the jaw to the skull, which, when not properly aligned, causes symptoms like:
• Migraine headaches
• Clicking or popping of the jaw
• Pain when eating or talking
• Stiff jaw
• Dizziness or vertigo
• Muscle pain in the face, neck or shoulders
• Ringing in the ears
• Tingling in the hands
HOW CAN A TMJ SPECIALIST END JAW PAIN?
Since TMJ disorder is a chronic degenerative disease that usually develops over years of improper bite alignment and stress, the most effective way of treating it and eliminating the root cause of your pain is by modifying your bite alignment. Watch the following video to learn how Dr. Walker’s expertise in neuromuscular dentistry can help.
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Dr. Walker has advanced neuromuscular training to satisfactorily diagnose and treat TMJ disorder. As your specialist neuromuscular dentist in Chandler, AZ, he can help bring balance to the joints and muscles in your jaw by determining the proper resting position of the jaw and restoring optimal comfort and function. How? By using state-of-the-art TENS therapy and EMG and jaw tracking technology. This advanced technology uses electro-signaling pulses to map out the function and alignment of your jaw and bite. This information, coupled with restorative dentistry and bite alignment treatment, has worked marvelously in giving patients the relief they dream of.
Come visit Robert F. Walker Jr., DDS, FAGD to eliminate the root cause of your jaw pain and migraines.
What treatment option do you prefer to eliminate the TMJ pain, one-time restorative dentistry or progressive bite alignment treatment?